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The ‘emancipation of media’: Latin American advocacy for a New International Information Order in the 1970s
Abstract Throughout the 1970s, journalists and leaders in the Global South organized around the concept of a New International Information Order (NIIO), premised upon the self-determination of newsExpand
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Exposing Scandals, Guarding Secrets: Manuel Buendía, Columnismo, and the Unraveling of One-Party Rule in Mexico, 1965–1984
On January 14, 1982, residents of Tula, Hidalgo, discovered the bodies of nine murdered men floating in a sewage drain emanating from Mexico City. All bore signs of gruesome torture. Red CrossExpand
A Peoples’ Policy for the Americas
Selling Democracy and Press Freedom to the Third World
Cultures of Authoritarianism and Resistance in Mexico and Brazil
This essay reviews the following works: Securing Sex: Morality and Repression in the Making of Cold War Brazil. By Benjamin A. Cowan. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2016. Pp. ix +Expand