Opinion & Analysis

March 8, 2017
Gavin O'Toole

The Mexican Constitution, this year celebrating its hundredth anniversary, was once lauded as one of the most progressive in the world. But political leaders have continued to chip away at its gains.

March 7, 2017
Miguel Tinker Salas

Can Andrés Manuel López Obrador and MORENA unite the Mexican Left and forge a citizens’ revolution ahead of the 2018 presidential election? 

March 7, 2017
Andrés Manuel López Obrador
March 2, 2017
Moira Birss

A year after the assassination of renowned activist Berta Cáceres, Gustavo Castro reflects on the impunity that continues in the investigation of her murder.

March 1, 2017
Patrick Timmons

An undocumented woman's efforts to seek protection against her abusive ex boyfriend led to her arrest by immigration agents. But there's more to the story: her ex, a U.S. citizen, is a convicted international drug trafficker.

February 20, 2017
Geraldo Cadava

A conversation with NACLA Report contributor Geraldo Cadava on the history of Hispanic and Latinx conservatism in the United States, and what it means in the age of Trump.

February 17, 2017
César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández

Beyond pronouncements of “sanctuary,” cities and states can protect the immigrant community by guaranteeing legal representation to all—no matter their immigration status. 

February 8, 2017
Ernesto Semán

How Fidel Castro came to embrace revolutionary violence and understand the limitations of democratic movements– and what it means today.

February 7, 2017
Chelsey Dyer

The Trump administration and regional rightward shift creates an imperative for a new kind of transnational solidarity with Colombia. 

February 3, 2017
Elliott Young

Can the Sanctuary movement protect immigrants under the Trump administration?

February 2, 2017
David Bacon

Donald Trump's draconian immigration enforcement efforts face a basic challenge: the United States operates within an economic system that profits off immigrant labor. 

February 1, 2017
Samantha Pineda and Alexis Stoumbelis

Twenty-five years after the signing of El Salvador’s Peace Agreement, the country’s right-wing forces seek to undermine core democratic institutions.

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