COHA This Week in the News

COHA Interviews

– COHA Director Larry Birns was interviewed on Press TV on Saturday, December 19. He discussed Colombian-Venezuelan relations.

– COHA Senior Research Fellow Adrienne Pine was interviewed by Mort Mecklosky of WUSB Radio 90.1 FM Stony Brook, NY, on Monday, December 21 at noon, regarding prospects for forging a real democracy in Honduras following the fraudulent elections. She discussed the same topic in an appearance on Radio Globo with host Félix Molina, The Real News video journalist Jesse Freeston, and President Manuel Zelaya on Tuesday, December 22 at 8pm GMT.

– COHA Senior Research Fellow Adrienne Pine was also interviewed by independent journalist Cyril Mychalejko on the coup in Honduras. Read the interview in English, or in Spanish.

COHA Article Appearances

How Much Energy Will It Take to Make Portuguese Go Global?, by COHA Research Fellow Thomaz Alvares de Azevedo e Almeida
Camana Bay Times, Metro Latino USA

Latin America Makes an Impact at Copenhagen Amidst Conflicting Charges of Lula’s Leadership and ALBA’s Deep Dissatisfaction, by COHA Research Fellow Guy Hursthouse
Caribbean Analysis

Modern Day Slavery in Mexico and the United States, by COHA Research Associate Megan McAdams
Tehran Times

Argentine Same-Sex Marriage Debate Returns, by COHA Research Associate Monique Blanco
The Panama News, Scoop Independent World News

Bus Rapid Transit and the Latin American City: Successes to Date, But Miles to Go, by COHA Research Associate Robert Banick
Scoop Independent World News

The U.S. Targets Canada’s Oil Sands: Washington Should Tread Lightly with its Environmental Legislation, so that Carbon Cuts will not Come at the Expense of Canada’s Energy Sovereignty or U.S. Energy Security, by COHA Research Associate Shantel Beach
Camana Bay Times
The Oilsands Review: “a breath of fresh air from the Council on Hemispheric Affairs,” and an analysis that “offers a much-needed rational perspective on the industry.”

For Recent COHA Citations, see:

Canadian House of Commons Debates: Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement Act

Obama’s Honduras Problem

De Guantanamo à l’Illinois, quelle place pour la justice ?

Honduran Regime Martyrs LGBT Leader