Articles by: NACLA
In Colombia’s southern province of Putumayo, a group of women is stitching together social fabric despite an alarming number of ongoing threats and acts of violence against them.
Featuring Gabriel Hetland, George Ciccariello-Maher, Andreina Torres, and Naomi Schiller
Read the editor's intro to our latest print issue, "Beyond Borders," by Laura Weiss and guest editor Joseph Nevins.
U.S. security and development assistance has caused great harm in Central America. But Trump’s decision to cut it off is nothing to be celebrated.
With Venezuela in crisis and the Pink Tide in decline, what’s next for Cuba?
Canada’s image as a moderate force seeking multilateral dialogue on the situation in Venezuela is little more than rhetoric veiling Ottawa’s increasingly interventionist role in Latin America.
The investigation into the murder of Marielle Franco keeps bumping up against the most powerful people in Brazil—like President Jair Bolsonaro. They don’t want us to find out the truth.
To escape the polarized depths of Venezuela’s ongoing political and economic crisis, negotiating a power-sharing agreement between the opposition and Chavistas and transforming the electoral system can contribute to a peaceful solution.
In the Dominican Republic, Haitian-descendants face profiling and scrutiny deep within the country’s borders.
How Latin American suffrage in the early 20th century shaped transnational feminist activism today
In 1989, a military commander raped a schoolteacher in Oxapampa the same night her husband was killed by a military brigade. Since then, like many other women in Peru, Raquel Martin is still looking for just reparations, 30 years later.