Articles by: NACLA
Cuba’s new constitution, currently under debate, leaves many rights and guarantees uncertain and ambiguous.
¿Cómo podemos entender la ola de migrantes venezolanos en los últimos años?
How can we understand the rise in Venezuelan migration in recent years?
Jair Bolsonaro has propelled anger and vitriol against the Left, the poor, and so-called identity politics to the surface of Brazilian society. After his win, what’s next?
By 1979, much of the southern cone had fallen to right-wing military dictatorships in an era defined by militarist anti-communism, the defeat of the working class movement, and the emergence of neoliberalism. From our 50th anniversary issue, available open access for a limited time.
Ahead of Brazil's election Sunday, a look at the context and recent history of Brazil's beleaguered politics
Ahead of his inauguration, president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has warmed up to NAFTA as he eyes fossil fuel expansion.
The Workers’ Party’s presidential candidate stands between Brazil and fascism. Fernando Haddad’s time as both Education Minister and mayor of São Paulo attests to the kinds of progressive policies he would promote as president.
The 7,000-person strong caravan from Central America has made international headlines and been targeted by the Trump administration. But the roots of the refugee crisis that led to the caravan go much deeper.
NACLA's editors introduce NACLA's 50th anniversary issue