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From confrontation to autonomy

By: Raúl Zibechi The history of the Autonomous Territorial Government of the Wampis Nation dates back to a half century ago, a process that led to the formation of the Huambisa Aguaruna Council in 1977, under the Peruvian military regime….

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Zibechi: From the Bagua Massacre to autonomous government

  By: Raúl Zibechi  The formation of Peru’s first autonomous government, on Sunday, November 29 in Soledad community in the Río Santiago District, in the Amazon Province, is the fruit of a long history of frustrations and struggles. That day,…

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Zibechi: Systemic chaos in South America

 SYSTEMIC CHAOS IS INSTALLED IN SOUTH AMERICA By: Raúl Zibechi  I propose understanding the coyuntura (juncture) through which South America passes as the region’s entry into the situation of systemic chaos that the world travels through. I postulate that last weekend’s…

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Raúl Zibechi: Peruvian Crossroads

Peruvian Crossroads By: Raúl Zibechi Different Latin American and Peruvian intellectuals and politicians have harshly criticized President Ollanta Humala, because they consider that he has betrayed the mandate for which he was elected. They do not lack reasons, since the…

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