Latin America's Far Right Reborn

This issue of the NACLA Report brings together more than a dozen experts from different countries to explore the rise of the new far right, their links to historical social and political processes, and connections with other movements beyond national borders. Their analyses span Argentina, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Paraguay, and Uruguay and the roles of political and intellectual leaders such as Javier Milei, Nayib Bukele, Jair Bolsonaro, Mario Vargas Llosa, Payo Cubas, Luis Abinader, and Guido Manini Ríos, among others. The pieces in this issue delve into what happens in institutional spaces, but also into the less formal areas of politics, where the far right seems to be in its element.

Read the editor's introduction. Este número también está disponible en español. 

Cover artwork by Hugo Gonzalez