Articles by: NACLA

January 27, 2022

A recent defamation case against a Peruvian journalist and publisher has sparked concern about freedom of speech.

January 24, 2022

In a race that proves taking power through the ballot box is possible, the radical opposition is the biggest loser. 

January 24, 2022

En un evento que muestra las posibilidades de asistir a las urnas, la oposición radical es la que más pierde.

January 21, 2022

En Guatemala, las salvaguardas contra la corrupción, la impunidad y la violencia estatal están siendo desmanteladas por los políticos, las élites y los militares y algunos temen el regreso de un estado autoritario.

January 21, 2022

In Guatemala, safeguards against corruption, impunity, and state violence are being dismantled by the politicians, elites, and military and some fear the return of an authoritarian state.

January 20, 2022

Mas allá de flujos financieros y la intervención directa, redes de poder politica y mediatica contribuyen a la formación de narrativas consensuadas que fortalecen el estatus quo.

January 18, 2022

In Puna, companies extracting lithium also drain the limited water supply for Guayatayoc communities dependent on groundwater. 

January 14, 2022

In an evolving media ecosystem, concentrated ownership persists as conglomerates scramble to adapt to the digital age.

January 13, 2022

In the Honduran Muskitia, Indigenous people have long been targets of violence and injustice by the government’s fight against drug trafficking.

January 12, 2022

En un contexto de creciente descontento del electorado, los comicios de Costa Rica de 2022 probablemente mantendrán una desigualdad cada vez más insostenible.

January 11, 2022

Forty years after the heinous state-sponsored crimes were committed, Maya Achi women get their day in court.

January 10, 2022

Ending more than a decade of right-wing rule, Xiomara Castro will enter office on January 27 with an agenda strongly shaped by women’s activism and other social movements.

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