Articles by: NACLA
Following the resignation of Gov. Rosselló, a series of people's assemblies have emerged throughout Puerto Rico to keep the conversation—and the popular movement—going.
Despite previous sanctions leading to over 40,000 deaths in Venezuela over two years, the U.S. is escalating its economic offensive.
A controversial energy deal and behind-closed-doors negotiations symbolize for many a “surrender” of Paraguayan sovereignty to Brazil and harken back to the dictatorship-era corruption that gave rise to the Itaipu dam.
La administración entrante del ex director de presidios Alejandro Giammattei amenaza con profundizar la desestabilización en una región sumida en crisis.
The incoming administration of former prison director Alejandro Giammattei threatens further destabilizing a region already in disarray.
Contrary to its name, the Safe Third Country Agreement continues a legacy of exploitation for Indigenous and working class peoples in Central America.
El desplazamiento en El Orejón demuestra un aspecto menos conocido de Hidroituango: la manera en que el proyecto ha alterado los sustentos locales.
The displacement in El Orejón demonstrates how megaprojects, coca substitution, and the peace process work together to serve elite interests at the expense of campesino ways of life.
A NACLA reading list to put ongoing protests in Puerto Rico into context beyond the breaking point of the governor’s chats scandal.