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History of South America
- Local NGOs in Peru Devise an Alternative Anti-Poverty Program
- By Jo-Marie Burt, in NACLA Report on the Americas, May/June, 1996. Plans to recover from the social consequences of Fujimori's imposition of structural adjustment.
- The Two Faces of Fujimori's Rural Policy
- By Nelson Manrique, in NACLA Report on the Americas, July/August, 1996. The consequences of Fujimori's neoliberal restructuring of the agricultural sector after 1992.
- Peru's new conquistadors: Pizarro's toxic trail
- By Pratap Chatterjee, in Covert Action Quarterly, 25 March, 1997. History of Peru's modern economy in terms of foreign economic exploitation.
- Rail workers on hunger strike
- Workers World, 13 April, 1995. Brief report of state rail worker strike that began on March 14 to protest police repression and wage freeze.
- Documents for MRTA occupation of Japanese embassy
- The Peruvian Narco-State
- From El Dario Internacional, November, 1994.
- In Peru, Power grows out of the barrel of a gun; El Poder Nace del Fusil, cruda realidad
- New Flag/ La Nueva Bandera. 3 January, 1995. A defense and description of the Peruvian Communist Party (PCP).
- Peruvian dictator reelected, evidence of fraud abounds
- By Jose Palacios, in People's Weekly World, 15 April, 1995. Alberto Fujimori soundly defeats Javier Perez de Cuellar, but election felt to be fraudulent.
- The war's aftermath: Bad news for the Alto Maranon
- From Peru Oil News, 23 July 1995. Oil development by YPF likely to do greater damage to the Aguaruna and Huambisa than the Peru-Ecuador border dispute.
- Deciphering The Enigmas of Alberto Fujimori
- By Guillermo Rochabrun, in NACLA Report on the Americas, July/August, 1996. Also appended is the article, The De Facto Powers behind Fujimori's Regime by G. Rochabrun.
- Shining Path in the 21st Century: Actors in Search of a New Script
- By Carlos Reyna Izaguirre, in NACLA Report on the Americas, July/August, 1996. In 1980, Abimael Guzman, leader of the Communist Party of Peru, the Shining Path, opened a period of costly people's war that ended in 1993 with a negotiated peace that split the Shining Path and raised the question of its future role.
- Peru's Blacks Increasingly Discontent With Decorative Role
- By Calvin Sims, in New York Times, 17 August, 1996.
- "The other half of the sky." Women in the revolution led by the Communist Party of Peru
- An interview from Committee Sol Peru, 7 August, 1997. Main focus of this article is on party activities.
Culture and telecommunications
- Peruvian poet Cesar Vallejo
- By George Lambie. 22 February, 1995.
- Shining Path wages flame war
- By Simon Strong, Finanial Times, London, May 13, 1996. A web page gives the Communist Party of Peru an international presence, but also proves devisive.