Articles by: NACLA
Veracruz is one of seven states that has decriminalized abortion in Mexico. With obstacles to access, many collectives accompany and defend the right to choose (or refuse) maternity.
Select coverage of Brazil’s anti-racist struggles through the decades from the archives of the NACLA Report.
A new documentary highlights the many difficulties facing an emerging generation of young farmers in Puerto Rico.
Ten days into the strongest challenge yet to President Guillermo Lasso’s government, the protests only appear to be growing.
With tens of thousands jailed and scores of reports of human rights abuses, Nayib Bukele’s project slides ever closer to a permanent state of exception.
A suspect has admitted to killing the journalist and Indigenous expert while they were reporting in the Amazon. Agência Pública retraces the steps of their final trip.
Ignored by the media and lacking a political machine to back her, the vice presidential candidate looked abroad to garner support.
While the Biden administration struggles to impugn Trump for his attempted coup, its approach to Bolivia is undermining that country’s efforts to bring their own coup perpetrators to justice.
Read the editor's introduction to the latest issue of the NACLA Report, "Whose Brazil? Black Politics and Resistance in an Imperiled Democracy."
Leia a introdução à última edição do NACLA Report.
María Elena García’s new book exposes the intensely colonial and patriarchal politics underlying Peru’s much-praised gastronomic boom.
Criticisms of the United States and OAS underlined the need to revive regional integration initiatives independent of U.S. influence.