Articles by: NACLA
In this adapted excerpt from his new book, Benjamin Dangl delves into the ways oral history, collective memory, and grassroots historical research have played a key role in Bolivian Indigenous movements.
Sanctions and other forms of economic warfare have long caused serious harm for countries on the receiving end of Washington’s efforts to impose its policy agenda. Could a progressive U.S. administration marshal economic power at the service of people, not capital?
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought freedom of the press to the forefront in Brazil, where journalists are increasingly under threat.
Favelas in Brazil are not equipped to prevent the spreading threat of COVID-19.
By defining violence narrowly, the asylum system—and human rights organizations that uphold it—legitimates deporting people back to face everyday injustices. The pandemic only further illuminates this inhumanity.
In the age of COVID-19, anything other than ending deportations is a high-risk, potentially disastrous move.
Una reseña del libro Después de la insurgencia: revolución y política electoral en El Salvador, de Ralph Sprenkels.
The struggle to hold the military to account for crimes against humanity are a part of Argentinian identity. A group of grandmothers leads the story of that struggle.