I wish I did! But sadly just travelling around (Veromarcos travel pod).
I speak Spanish so I tend to keep reading local newspapers to see what is going on.
Bolivia has always seemed unstable but it seems to be directing itself to quite a split. There are several regions wanting to gain "autonomy" and the government and Armed Forces have said that they will intervene to avoid referendums planned for May.
Its getting hotter!
With regards to the strikes they are now confirmed and we will just have to see how badly the roads are cut. Latest news today was that 18,000 lorry drivers might support the blockage.
Also the producers of soya oil have stopped their production and buying it from farmers as they can no longer sell it to third countries with the new regulations to control inflation.
We will be in La Paz tomorrow and "trying" to cross the frontier to Peru end of week so will update then. We are hoping that the buses will go from Copacabana to the frontier and then the strikers will allow tourists to walk across. If not we might just have to immitate the Uros and build a totoro vessel and row across the Titicaca!