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GuateSec: This is what Mano Dura looks like

Guatemala is approaching six months of Otto Pérez Molina’s Patriot Party government, and while it is too early–and Guatemalan politics too volatile–to definitively signal the administration’s long-term impacts on issues related to security and justice, a review of this eventful … Continue reading

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Guatemala’s struggle against impunity, and a glimpse into the diplomatic black box

I helped write two pieces of analysis that have recently been published by the Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala. In the article Impunity Shadows Progress for Justice and Accountability in Guatemala, we offer an overview of important … Continue reading

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Saludos from Guatemala City: Student struggle, elections 2011, and advances for social justice

Dear friends and family, Three months have passed since I last spent time with some of you, nearly half a year already since I moved to Guatemala to continue my work with NISGUA, and I regret not having been in more … Continue reading

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