How the U.S. Border Patrol has turned Native American lands near the U.S.-Mexico border into a de facto war zone.
"We would know peace has arrived when those displaced are no longer scared to return to the countryside.”
The mothers of Mexico’s disappeared have become some of the most important voices denouncing the Mexican state’s role in perpetuating femicide and other forms of violence in the country.
The Salvadoran Right is copycatting anti-corruption movements in Guatemala – but is it all just a political smokescreen?
Five years after the international community helped overturn Haiti's election results, observers are tacitly supporting an increasingly anti-democratic process.
This article is the second in a two-part investigative series on the social, economic, and ecological impacts of gold mining in Colombia.
This article is the first in a two-part investigative series on the social, economic, and ecological impacts of gold mining in Colombia.
The unexpected electoral success of Argentina's pro-business Cambiemos coalition in the October 25 election marks a sharp turn right for Argentine voters.
The unprecedented success of Guatemala's anti-corruption protests surprised everyone. But this success has not yet translated to the ballot box.
Despite Ecuador's lofty goals of environmental justice and social equity, the state is repressing and criminalizing the voices of anti-mining protesters.