Our latest issue of the NACLA Report explores lessons from the Pink Tide and what lies ahead for the diverse Lefts in Latin America today.
The Latin American Left has largely distanced itself from Nicaragua’s Ortega. Still, understanding the shift from revolution to authoritarianism remains complex.
Latin America’s resurgent Left faces steep challenges. What are the lessons from the first Pink Tide and the prospects for transformative change?
Planos de implantar corredor logístico no rio Tocantins, no norte do Brasil, ameaçam o ecossistema na Amazônia. Movimentos sociais esperam abertura de diálogo com novo governo progressista.
Rather than address the root causes of violence, President Nayib Bukele’s prolonged state of emergency militarizes Salvadoran society and exacerbates state persecution of vulnerable communities.
Suzana Sawyer’s new book uncovers the machinations of corporate power and judicial imperialism in a decades-long struggle for accountability in the Amazon.
Xiomara Castro llegó a la presidencia con la promesa de refundar el país tras más de una década de neoliberalismo agresivo. A pesar de grandes retos, la esperanza no se ha frustrada aun.
The abduction and murder of U.S. citizens in the border city of Matamoros is part of a larger pattern of violence with impunity by state and criminal actors.
A chronicle of International Women’s Day in Buenos Aires, focused on the demands of sexual dissidences.
Alejandro González Iñárritu’s virtual reality debut invites audiences to immerse themselves in the stories and journeys of refugees and migrants crossing the Mexico–U.S. border.