Home

June 20, 2024

NACLA seeks a new co-Executive Editor specializing in fundraising, outreach, and administration (remote or in-person). 

July 10, 2024

Since the outbreak of the largest protests seen in nearly three decades, the Cuban government has tightened its grip on the economy, further reducing citizens’ freedoms.

July 9, 2024

The abolition of Costa Rica's military 75 years ago has been highly celebrated at home and abroad. Yet the story is more complicated than the myth lets on.

July 9, 2024

Traditional midwives have won the right to issue birth certificates, a key step toward addressing maternal health gaps in Indigenous communities. But their fight for protections and autonomy continues.

July 5, 2024

Machado is not the godsend for the opposition portrayed by the media and her close supporters. But opposition leaders have more cause for hope than in the past.

June 28, 2024

Mexico City’s former chief of police is believed to have participated in the forced disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students in 2014. A decade later, president-elect Claudia Sheinbaum is poised to make him Mexico’s most powerful policeman.

June 28, 2024

A general and his troops stormed the seat of government in an apparent coup attempt. Three theories have emerged in a context of economic turmoil and political infighting within the ruling party.

June 27, 2024

Approved amid harsh repression of protesters, the economic scheme at the heart of the Argentine government’s flagship legislation hands big perks to multinationals at the expense of territories, peoples, and the environment.

June 27, 2024

Aprobado en medio de una dura represión, el esquema económico en el corazón de la legislación emblemática del gobierno les da grandes beneficios a las multinacionales a costo de los territorios, pueblos y el medio ambiente.

June 27, 2024

A transnational adoptee born in El Salvador and raised in the United States shared his journey to uncovering his family's truth and finding his voice as a desaparecido.

Pages