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The governing class still believes that repression is the road to a solution," Martinez wrote in his NACLA article.
The NACLA said that only 3,423 people, mostly from El Salvador and Honduras, applied for refugee status in 2015.
Sex Workers of Havana: The Lure of Things, NACLA Report on the Americas, 38(4), 12-15.
For 45 years, NACLA has uncovered the real stories from the Americas, reporting on social, political, and human rights issues that are often overlooked or covered up by the mainstream media.
Gustafson B, 2008, "By means legal and otherwise: the Bolivian right regroups" NACLA Report on the Americas 41(1) 20-25
7) Mimi Sheller, "Citizenship and the Making of Caribbean Freedom," NACLA Jan/Feb (2005): p.
NACLA Report on the Americas, North American Congress on Latin America, May/Jun97, 30(6).
Neil Burron, "No Smoking Gun--Yet: Canadian Democracy Assistance in Bolivia," NACLA Report on the Americas, Vol.
New Challenges for Radical Social Movements," NACLA Report on
According to a review in NACLA Report on the Americas, his effort to discern the distinguishing characteristics of Cuban-American writers addresses what the author admits is one of the most controversial issues surrounding Latino literature: the lack of a critical consensus about what is to be termed a Cuban-American text.
Armoring NAFTA: The Battleground for Mexico's Future," NACLA Report on the Americas, September/October 2008, 19-21.