News & Analysis
Read the editor's introduction to our latest issue of the NACLA Report, "Fighting for Housing Justice in the Americas."
The majority of Chileans voted against the proposed new constitution. How can we interpret the “no” vote’s significant victory?
The latest mining accident in Mexico's coal region reveals a long history of labor abuse and lack of accountability.
Brazil’s growing Evangelical Christian movement set the stage for President Jair Bolsonaro’s rise to power.
Six months before the 2018 Brazilian election, a judge jailed frontrunner Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on what many considered sham charges. The result was a clear path for Bolsonaro.
Jair Bolsonaro’s rise was marked by a wave of political violence with the hallmarks of a culture war manufactured in the United States.
From efforts to limit medical care for trans people to bans on inclusive language, LGBTQI+ rights are under threat across the region.
In Brazil’s semi-arid northeast, family farmers are using technology and collective resource management to fight climate change and environmental degradation.
Durante décadas, las abundantes reservas de petróleo de Arauca han provocado conflicto entre grupos armados ilegales, el ejército colombiano y empresas multinacionales.
Anadelia A. Romo’s book analyzes the visual and symbolic reinvention of Salvador, exposing how tourism, the arts, and the elite emphasized Blackness as a unique element of Bahian identity for profit.
For decades, oil-rich Arauca has been the site of intense conflict involving illegal armed groups, the Colombian military, and multinational corporations.
A pesar de esfuerzos comunitarios, una empresa minera transnacional ha profanado un cementerio de 200 años en Honduras.