Bolivia Working Group

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Bolivia Working Group, is "composed of NGOs interested in U.S.-Bolivian relations. The Working Group is sponsored by the Latin America Working Group (LAWG) and coordinated by the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)." [1]


  • “Bolivian Drug Control Policy” - Coletta Youngers, Washington Office on Latin America; John Walsh, Washington Office on Latin America; Kathryn Ledebur, Andean Information Network
  • “A Bold and Difficult First Year” - Chris Krueger, Bolivia Ground
  • “Bolivia’s Constitutional Assembly: Essential for a Peaceful Transition and National Unity” - Kathryn Ledebur, Andean Information Network
  • “Bolivia’s Economy: The First Year” - Mark Weisbrot, Center for Economic and Policy Research
  • “U.S.-Bolivia Trade Relations: Opportunities for Exploring Equitable and Sustainable Alternatives” - Sarah Anderson, Institute for Policy Studies
  • “Bolivia’s Land Reform Legislation” - Douglas Hertzler, Andean Information Network; Kathryn Ledebur, Andean Information Network
  • “Bolivia’s Nationalization of Oil and Gas: Understanding the Process and Creating Opportunities” - Nadia Martinez, Institute for Policy Studies;
  • “Bolivia’s Economic Opportunity: Debt Cancellation from the International Community” - Debayani Kar, Jubilee USA Network
  • “South American Community of Nations (SCN)” - Tom Loudon, Alliance for Responsible Trade

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  1. Bolivia Working Group Articles, Andean Information Network, accessed September 21, 2008.