Latin American leaders are split on Israel’s bombardment of Gaza. But in Chile, the Palestinian diaspora, Indigenous communities, and others have stood with the people of Gaza.
Victoria Sanford's book is a powerful testimony to the historical roots of routine violence against women in Guatemala, portraying the life, struggles, and personality of human beings who are otherwise lost in dire statistics.
In the throes of the Cold War, a tiny Caribbean island dared to wage a revolutionary experiment. As the Revo imploded, the United States invaded.
Tras un ascenso meteórico en medio de una campaña excepcionalmente violenta, un joven desconocido volvió a derrotar al correismo, dando paso a un incierto gobierno provisional.
After a meteoric rise amid an exceptionally violent campaign, a young political outsider beat Correismo once again, ushering in an uncertain interim government.
Argentina and Paraguay face off in a diplomatic row over river tolls that raises questions about the future of regional relations.
Mark Steven’s book Class War: A Literary History expands our understanding of class war but completely misses the role of ideology and organizing in class politicization.
Naclistas share memories of working and walking alongside Fred Rosen, who dedicated decades to NACLA. Fred died at age 81 in Cuernavaca, Mexico, on September 12, 2023.
Rural associations, media outlets, and digital channels provide a platform for scientists who espouse climate misinformation.
Una decisión judicial histórica ha suspendido el proyecto de extracción de oro de Loma Larga en Ecuador, pero la lucha continúa.