A collection of NACLA's coverage spanning more than a decade of Evo Morales's time in power to help contextualize turmoil in Bolivia.
Commentators claim that the release of Ovidio Guzmán is a sign of weakness from López Obrador, but targeting the leadership of criminal groups has been disastrous for Mexico.
Debate continues to swirl around the questions of what led up to Morales's resignation and what has happened since.
En Chile, el debate sobre el significado de la democracia no solo va a continuar, sino que también va a abrir oportunidades para cambios significativos.
On November 19, surviving family members of a 2003 massacre in El Alto are urging the U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate a $10 million judgement against Bolivia's former president and defense minister.
Across the Andean region, movements against corruption, austerity, high costs of living, and undemocratic maneuvers also fight to change a political and economic model rooted in dispossession.
Elected on a progressive platform, the Moreno government has resorted to the politicization of justice and the militarization of politics to repress its former allies and constituents.
As the Right seeks to fill the power void in Bolivia, polarization is sparking often racialized violence.
Diverse groups oppose Evo Morales, but the right-wing Christian figures representing the country’s old elite that are now grabbing power in Bolivia spells a new tragedy, Bolivian anthropologist Raul Rodriguez Arancibia explains.
Statement by the NACLA editorial board on Bolivia