As elections in Venezuela approach in May, major swaths of the opposition are boycotting, as the possibility of armed intervention by neighboring countries looms.
What does the assassination of Rio de Janeiro councilmember Marielle Franco—a prominent LGBTQI activist and socialist, outspoken critic of the police, and Rio’s only black councilmember—mean for the future of Brazil?
U.S. economic and political intervention defined the political career of former Bolivian president Gonzalo “Goni” Sanchez de Lozada. Now, in an unprecedented move, the U.S. is putting him on trial.
In the wake of an electoral rout and growing internal divisions, El Salvador’s Left is facing its starkest crisis in decades.
Edwin Espinal is just one of dozens of Honduran political prisoners currently being held in high-security facilities. On the Global Day of Action for political prisoners, the international community must join their struggle.
It’s crucial not to be swept away by Trump’s Manichaean view of the world when it comes to immigration.
The quinoa boom was an opportunity for farmers in the Andes to make profits from their crops. But the incurison of large-scale farms outside the Andean highlands into the market dashed these dreams.
How a rising grassroots movement in Argentina’s third most populous city could reshape the country’s political landscape
NACLA spoke with Argentinian feminist activist Cecilia Palmeiro, a founding member of the Ni Una Menos feminist collective and organizer of the 2018 International Women’s Day Strike.
As university faculty across the U.K. strike against a neoliberal assault on higher education, lessons from Latin American anti-austerity struggles resonate. This time, educators can win.