COHA This Week In The News

COHA Interviews

– COHA Research Associate Paulina Serna will appear on Voice of America today, Thursday, December 10, to discuss hunger strikes and other recent events in Venezuela.

– COHA’s Paulina Serna will also be interviewed by Jeff Farias on his show this evening. She will be discussing her recent article “The Ill-Advised US Certification of Colombia on Human Rights U.S.”

-Panorama interviewed COHA Director Larry Birns yesterday and he discussed the similarities between former President Bush and President Obama’s policies in Latin America, the balance between the left and the right in the region, the elections in Honduras, and the upcoming elections in Chile.

-The New York-based WBAI radio show hosted Mr. Birns this week where he talked about Morales’ recent re-election in Bolivia and Honduras.

– Mr. Birns also appeared on KPFA’s Morning Show in San Francisco and discussed the U.S. support of the recent election and subsequent human rights violations in Honduras.

– Director Larry Birns also appeared on the Jamaica Supper Club and spoke about Morales’ re-election and current issues in Bolivia. He also appeared on the Jamaica Breakfast Club and discussed the current situation in Honduras.

COHA Article Appearances

Ahmadinejad – No Great Bargain for a Struggling Chávez, by COHA Research Associate Ethan Katz

– Scoop Independent World News, New Zealand
VHeadline
Caribbean Net News, Cayman Islands

Honduras: The Obama Administration’s First Latin American Waterloo, by COHA Director Larry Birns
Associated Press
Kansas City Star
Philadelphia Enquirer
– The Miami Herald
– The Santiago Times,
Chile
Huffington Post
– O Globo,
Brazil

The Ill-Advised US Certification of Colombia on Human Rights,
by COHA Research Associate Paulina Serna
Scoop Independent World News, New Zealand
The Panama News, Panama
Democratic Underground
– Silobreaker
– The Cutting Edge News
– Inside World

Chávez Must Look Homeward To Nurse His Ailing Revolution and Reinforce His Constituency, by Monique Blanco
– VHeadline