June 20, 2024

NACLA seeks a new co-Executive Editor specializing in fundraising, outreach, and administration (remote or in-person). 

July 24, 2024

A strategic shipping corridor, Panama became home to Washington's most important asset in the region and the base of its military training apparatus. 

July 23, 2024

In June, more than 12,000 people were forced out of their homes in the former Zapatista stronghold of Tila. As historic land disputes escalate, several armed groups fight for territorial control.

July 22, 2024

Las parteras tradicionales lograron el derecho a expedir certificados de nacimiento, un paso clave para subsanar las deficiencias de salud materna en comunidades indígenas. Pero su lucha por la protección y la autonomía continúa.

July 18, 2024

More than 5,000 migrants have died or disappeared attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border over the last decade. Families embroider the names of their missing loved ones as a way of telling their stories.

July 15, 2024

Caught between conflicting notions of “democracy,” leveled on one hand by a fearmongering right and on the other by a critical grassroots left, Mexico’s government must grapple with its undemocratic condition of global dependence.

July 10, 2024

Since the outbreak of the largest protests seen in nearly three decades, the Cuban government has tightened its grip on the economy, further reducing citizens’ freedoms.

July 9, 2024

The abolition of Costa Rica's military 75 years ago has been highly celebrated at home and abroad. Yet the story is more complicated than the myth lets on.

July 9, 2024

Traditional midwives have won the right to issue birth certificates, a key step toward addressing maternal health gaps in Indigenous communities. But their fight for protections and autonomy continues.

July 5, 2024

Machado is not the godsend for the opposition portrayed by the media and her close supporters. But opposition leaders have more cause for hope than in the past.