Articles by: NACLA
Ecuadorian Indigenous communities organized food, shelter, and domestic chores with the help of local volunteers, and proved the people’s power. But the anti-austerity fight might not be over.
Devastating wildfires in Bolivia may affect Evo Morales's prospects for a fourth presidential term, or curb his governing mandate.
Los eventos de los últimos meses demuestran como la Mina Escobal intenta a manipular con la complicidad de instituciones corruptas del estado.
A recent report and response demonstrate how the Escobal Mine attempts to manipulate with the complicity of corrupt state institutions.
Las protestas en Ecuador han representado más que los subsidios a la gaslona, sino una economía que dejan atrás a todxs menos los ricos.
The recent protests in Ecuador represent more than just fuel subsidies, but a stagnant economy leaving all but the rich behind.
Anti-migrant policies and the militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border are integral to maintaining a low-wage labor force in northern Mexican border cities, which is only increasing.
The following excerpt from the new book, The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia, looks at the roots, rise, and presidency of Evo Morales, who is likely to win a fourth term in office in Bolivia’s October 20 general election.
Chile's president says the COP25 host will not sign a regional treaty meant to improve access to environmental rights.
In Haiti, illicit income extraction is a constantly constructed mode of governance, helping to explain popular outrage surrounding the recent PetroCaribe scandal.
Oaxaca's monumental decision last week to decriminalize abortion is part of a larger "Green Tide" movement across Latin America.