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Farthing and Becker’s book sheds new light on the violence of the interim government as well as the heroic resistance of Bolivian social movements.
Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico have legalized or decriminalized abortion. Could Chile be next?
Although the game is historically tied to criminal groups, Brazil’s Congress is debating a proposal to legalize it.
For Caribbean immigrants in New York City, dynamics of race, class, and gender significantly impact both food practices and health.
En Nicaragua, la historia del gobierno luchando contra el imperio capitalista estadounidense expone contradicciones profundas.
In Nicaragua, the story of a government fighting against the U.S. capitalist empire exposes deep contradictions.
An archive of creative rebellion reminds us how maneuvering within imperialism’s blindspots helps pry open space for resistance and liberation.
Though Pedro Castillo’s victory initially seemed like a glimmer of hope, the reality of the past eight months has been disappointing.
Aunque al principio la victoria de Pedro Castillo parecía una indicación de esperanza, la realidad en los últimos ocho meses ha sido una decepción.
In Oscar Martínez's new book, the editor-in-chief of El Faro reflects on his years of reporting in and out of El Salvador, questioning journalistic practices, analyzing the ethics of his actions, and grappling with the violence he has witnessed.
As the government closed a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund, Argentine society revisited painful memories from its biggest financial crisis in recent history.
For Argentina, it’s position in the decades-old dispute over the British Overseas Territory remains clear: Las Malvinas son Argentinas.