COHA in the Public Arena (November 7 – November 11)

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On November  2, COHA Director Larry Birns was quoted by The Disappeared in Peru  on the forced disappearances in Colombia.
On November  2, COHA Director Larry Birns was quoted by Global Research  on Haiti’s Drug Connection.
On November 2, COHA Research Associates Robert Cavooris and Elcin Chang were quoted by Carribdirect on Guyanese President Jagdeo.

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China in Search of Energy Security – Chávez Lays out the Welcome Mat- September 29, 2011
By Lauren Paverman
Off News

Blaring Impunity: Unrelenting Assassinations of Honduran Journalists, the Government Remains all but Quiescent- October 11, 2011
By: Olga Imbaquingo and Gabriela Acosta
Truth Out

Leta Restavek: The Suppression of Democracy in Haiti- October 17, 2011
By: Courtney Frantz
Peace News

Human Rights Issues Unanswered: Colombia’s Qualifications as an FTA Partner- October 12,2011
By: Robert Works
The Cutting Edge

The Rise of Women in Drug Trafficking- October 28, 2011
By: Andrea Mares
The Crime Report

“A Shepherd Must Tend His Flock”: Examining the Complications Between Cartels and Catholicism- October 31,2011
By: Zac Deibel
World News- Russian Opinion 

When will Washington Learn? Alternative Drug Policies Needed to Prevent Violence – November 1, 2011
By: Zac Deibel
Truth Out
Eurasia View
Bahamas B2B

Title Scams and Suspicious Canal Bids: Panamanian Corruption Spreads to Land Holdings  and Prominent Politicians- November 4, 2011
By: COHA Staff
Scoop News

Rafael Correa Remains Strongest Leader In Ecuador, But His Influence Is Waning – November 7, 2011
By: Olga Imbaquingo & Lauren Paverman
Albany Tribune
Scoop News
Eurasia Review
Petroleum World

Child Poverty & Access to Education: Adding Up the Hidden Costs on the U.S. -Hispanic Community – November 8, 2011
By: Linnea LaMon
Eurasia Review

Brazil’s Truth and Reconciliation Commision: A Small Step in the Right Direction – November 7, 2011
By: Alex Sanchez & Lauren Paverman
Woodrow Wilson International Center  For Scholars- Brazil Institute