May 25, 2023

Our Summer 2023 issue of the NACLA Report brings movement voices together with research and analysis to lay out what’s at stake in the Amazon and how to avert a deeper crisis.

June 2, 2023

Juan Gabriel Vásquez’s latest novel-biography tells the extraordinary life of the Colombian guerrillero-turned-filmmaker Sergio Cabrera.

May 31, 2023

The status quo party is headed back to the top office, but exhaustion of the country’s development model spells shifting geopolitical relations and an uncertain political future.

May 30, 2023

Bolsonaro’s return to Brazil generated less-than-expected fanfare, but the far-right ideology he represents remains very much alive.

May 26, 2023

Jonathan Katz’s book about the career of a decorated Marine turned critic attests to the symbiotic relationship between militarism and U.S. commercial expansion.

May 25, 2023

After years of neoliberal entrenchment, a proposed law is poised to erode longstanding labor rights in the private sector, making the working-class more precarious.   

May 25, 2023

A través de perspectivas de líderes sociales, investigaciones y análsis, el nuevo número del NACLA Report aborda lo que está en juego en la Amazonia y lo que se necesita para evitar una crisis más profunda.

May 23, 2023

The ultra-conservative Republican Party won a majority on Chile’s new Constitutional Council, delivering a major blow to President Gabriel Boric’s transformative platform.

May 19, 2023

Para evitar una votación de destitución, Guillermo Lasso eligió la opción nuclear. En medio de la polarización y de un prolongado estancamiento político, el futuro es incierto.

May 19, 2023

To head off an impeachment vote, Guillermo Lasso chose the nuclear option. Amid polarization and a protracted political stalemate, what comes next remains uncertain.