Fifty years on, overcoming the legacy of Pinochet and the coup remains extremely difficult. Explore NACLA's coverage.
As the United States and its allies push renewed foreign intervention, the uses and abuses of the first Black republic as a testing ground of imperialism offer stark warnings. Haiti still struggles to be free.
Forty years after the U.S. invasion, centering Caribbean perspectives on the rise and demise of a revolutionary movement holds the possibility of stepping out from empire’s shadow and imagining alternative futures.
Medicinal marijuana markets present a major economic opportunity for Jamaica. Without steps to combat inequities, traditional ganja growers will be left behind.
In the Dominican Republic, policies toward Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent bear ominous parallels with Israel’s racist repression of the Palestinian people.
En República Dominicana, las políticas hacia haitianos y dominicanos de ascendencia haitiana guardan ominosos paralelismos con el apartheid israelí contra el pueblo palestino.
As the archipelago marks the anniversary of Hurricanes María and Fiona, the impacts of agency capture, colonialism, and climate chaos highlight the need for community-based rooftop solar.
Linked to disappearances in Paine, José Antonio Kast, a rising star in Chile's far-right Republicano Party, gains national prominence with Pinochet-era nostalgia.
Activists and residents surrounding the Azteca Stadium managed to suspend a proposed expansion, but concerns about mega-projects, gentrification, and defense of territory in Mexico City remain.
Scenes from Santiago capture the ongoing struggle for truth and justice, half a century after the beginning of a reign of state terror under Pinochet's dictatorship.