Alex Main
January 11, 2018

U.S. support for a corrupt election continues the country’s history of obstructing Honduran democracy.

Jennifer Zelmer
January 9, 2018

Abortion was recently partially decriminalized in Bolivia. What does this mean for maternal mortality and women’s health? 

Juan Cruz Ferre
January 8, 2018

Recent pension cuts backed by Argentine President Mauricio Macri have elicited vigorous popular protest.

Jo-Marie Burt
January 5, 2018

Peruvian President Kuczynski’s humanitarian pardon for Alberto Fujimori, who was serving a 25-year sentence for human rights violations, was a quid pro quo to avoid impeachment. Can it be revoked?

Miguel Tinker Salas
January 4, 2018

Since its origins, Venezuela’s oil economy has failed to address the environmental consequences of oil production and resource extraction.

Stephanie McNulty
December 29, 2017

The legacy of Fujimorismo lives on under the current administration of Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

Jonathan DeVore
December 27, 2017


How a history of land speculation and dispossession in southern Bahia foreshadowed Odebrecht’s fall from grace

Marianne González Le Saux
December 22, 2017

Rightwing businessman Sebastián Piñera will be president in Chile, again. But a new Left movement could bring hope for the country’s political dynamic. 

Elizabeth Oglesby
Border Wars
December 21, 2017

On the perilous journey to reunite with their families, Central American women and children find a temporary refuge at Casa Alitas.

Nicole Fabricant, Brett Gustafson, and Laura Weiss
December 18, 2017

NACLA's editors introduce the latest print issue, Fossil Fuels and Toxic Landscapes.