Articles by: NACLA
Beyond the recent border conflicts over national sovereignty and foreign aid, mineral extraction in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela is sowing violence against Indigenous peoples.
Mauricio Macri came into office promising to stem corruption and bring down inflation. But his austerity policies have left Argentina's economy in shambles.
A year after Nicaragua’s massive uprising broke out, youth activists recognize that beyond ousting President Daniel Ortega, their generation must find a new way of doing politics in the country.
A conversation with two Marxist economists, Beatriz Mingüer and Oscar Rojas, currently working as MORENA party legislative advisors on the political, juridical, and economic realization of Mexico’s Fourth Transformation.
Miles han participado en protestas y bloqueos como parte de una minga durante un mes en el suroeste de Colombia. Sin embargo, el presidente Iván Duque no accedió a presentarse en la zona para escuchar sus reclamos.
Thousands have participated in a month of marches and blockades as part of a minga protest in southwest Colombia. But President Iván Duque never showed up to listen to their demands.
In the wake of the appointment of war criminal Elliott Abrams as Trump’s special envoy to Venezuela, a group of concerned activists is protesting his contradictory affiliation with DC’s Holocaust Museum.
Demobilized former combatants in Colombia’s five-decade war are facing emotional challenges in understanding and contending with their pasts as they seek to reintegrate into civilian society.
En el departamento de Putumayo, en el sur de Colombia, un grupo de mujeres está construyendo tejido social a pesar de una cantidad alarmante de amenazas y actos de violencia contra ellas.
New legislation in Brazil threatens to broaden the definition of self-defense, which could allow police officers to avoid legal consequences for abuses committed on duty.
The Paraguay-Argentina-Brazil border region has long been home to immigrants from Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria. In recent decades, Brazil has come to see these Muslim communities as a singular terrorist threat, with the help of U.S. empire.