Sandra Cuffe
December 12, 2017

Amid election violence, Honduran police officers have publicly stated they refuse to crack down on protests. What’s behind this?

Suyapa Portillo, Javier Lopez-Casertano, and Cristian Padilla Romero
December 12, 2017

A report by election observers reveals how fraud has functioned in Honduras’ presidential elections

Todd Miller
December 7, 2017

Greeting climate-change victims with a man-made dystopia

Isabel Peñaranda and Gerald Bermudez
December 7, 2017

As leadership in Bogotá fails to provide resources for former FARC territories to transition out of coca production, a battle for control over the drug trade reignites the Colombian countryside. 

Aaron Schneider and Rafael R. Ioris
December 6, 2017

The chaos surrounding last week’s presidential elections in Honduras reflects a rightwing consolidation of power in the country, abetted by the United States.

Jose Olivares and Jacob Jacoby
November 30, 2017

The town of Tepoztlán, Morelos, is at the vanguard of activism against corporate-friendly projects. Its fight against a highway expansion may be its toughest battle yet. 

Isabel Peñaranda
November 29, 2017

After the peace accord, can the Colombian government incentivize coca planters to cultivate other crops? Not if they don’t address the inequality and land grabbing that prompted them to start growing coca in the first place.

Jeff Abbott
November 27, 2017

A disturbing new proposal by members of Guatemala’ Congress could give blanket amnesty to military members for committing war crimes.

Julian de Mayo
November 24, 2017

An interview with Dr. Jorge Pérez Ávila, former sanatorium director and renowned HIV expert, and medical anthropologist and activist Alfredo González, on Cuba’s controversial sanatorium system.

Miranda Cady Hallett and Leisy J. Abrego
November 16, 2017

After decades in limbo, the Trump administration threatens to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for over 300,000 immigrants. It’s time instead to grant them citizenship.