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A flower in the hands of the people

In southern Mexico, indigenous people have remarkable ideas about how to exercise power. Gustavo Esteva explains why, for them, nation-states are irrelevant.

Filed in: Mexico Politics

Pablo Ortiz

The gangster’s gun, by Mexican photographer Pablo Ortiz Monasterio.

Filed in: Mexico

Sound Of The Soul

Filed in: Bolivia Mexico Trade

  • May 5, 2003
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Tainted Tortillas

Filed in: Agriculture Food Mexico

  • January 5, 2003
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Tainted tortillas

Maize in Mexico has been contaminated by genetically modified organisms. Tania Molina Ramírez reports on a scandal – and what the ‘people of maize’ are doing about it.

Filed in: Food Mexico

Tomorrow Begins Today

Filed in: Activism Globalization Mexico

  • September 5, 2001
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