Peter Costantini covered the 1999 Seattle Ministerial of the World Trade Organization for Inter Press Service, a newswire based in Rome.
The Seattle-based journalist has also written about Latin America, international economics, development, and technology for MSNBC News and other news providers around the world.
Some of his other writings include:
- The Tear Gas Ministerial
Stories for Inter Press Service and photos from the 1999 WTO battle in Seattle
- NAFTA and after
A series written for Inter Press Service on the fifth anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1999
- Mexico 1998
"Mexico's vanishing peasants," a multi-media site on Oaxaca, coffee and emigration produced as part of the MSNBC News series "Bitter Harvest" and "Listening to the old stones of Oaxaca," a meditation on indigenous traditions and democracy.
An MSNBC News multi-media piece on the proposed Nicaraguan "dry canal," coverage of the 1996 elections, and "An American tragedy," an essay published by New Internationalist magazine.
- Haiti 1995
Coverage of the 1995 Haitian elections for Inter Press Service and other news outlets.
Send e-mail to: Peter_Costantini@msn.com