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Dos libros sobres las demandas feministas de cara al proceso constituyente en Chile cobran incluso más vigencia después del plebiscito del 4 de septiembre.
The centerpiece of Petro’s "total peace," talks with the ELN will require considerable cooperation between Bogotá and Caracas.
In Guatemala and Honduras, regional anti-mining networks have become key players in struggles to combat extractivism and the criminalization of activists.
Lula supporters' campaign efforts in this election cycle weakened Bolsonaro’s foothold among the Brazilian diaspora in the tri-state area.
Read the editor's introduction to the Winter 2022 issue of the NACLA Report, "Apruebo por Chile: Charting a Future in the Aftermath of Defeat."
Brazil has a new president-elect. Yet outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro's far-right allies continue to push misinformation.
In his latest book, Colin Snider examines the rise of religious conservative politics as a transnational phenomenon—with roots in Brazil and the United States—that has been ongoing since the 1950s.
For the hundreds of thousands of Creole speakers living in the Dominican Republic, the lack of language resources limits access to basic services.
As Cuba reels from the ongoing effects of Hurricane Ian, a Havana-based Cuban scholar explains how the U.S. blockade has hampered Cuba’s recovery from Hurricane Ian and fuels ongoing mass emigration.