NACLA's editors introduce the latest print issue of the NACLA Report on the Americas - Currency of Death: Unraveling the Political Economy of the Drug Wars.
The Salvadoran Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn the country's controversial Amnesty Law opens the door to unravel impunity for war crimes during El Salvador's violent civil war.
A recent decision by U.S. courts brings justice closer for the dozens killed under President Gonzalo “Goni” Sánchez de Lozada.
Colombia’s peace agreement brings hope and concern to rural areas like Putumayo, dominated by the drug trade and controlled by the FARC.
“Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attained through understanding.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Legendary Haitian writer and intellectual Jean Claude Fignolé talks about his role in founding the Spiralist literary movement, the influence of Vaudou on Haitian culture, and the relationship between evangelical churches and political instability.
Education workers and local supporters maintain resistance in the face of state violence.
Colombians grapple with the meaning of artistic and cultural production as the country’s long internal conflict appears to be drawing to a close.
A revitalized political Left in Peru helped prevent the return of Fujimorismo, but it must now contend with the neoliberal economic agenda of the country’s new president.