News & Analysis

March 5, 2020

Read the Editor's Intro to our latest print issue of the NACLA Report, A Peoples’ Policy for the Americas, focused on imagining what a progressive, democratized U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America could look like.

March 5, 2020

150 years after the deadliest inter-state conflict in Latin American history, a reflection on Paraguay's past—and how it affects the present. 

March 5, 2020

Si se combina con una comprensión más matizada de la historia, el sentido de identidad nacional de los paraguayos resultará valioso en la campaña para construir un Estado más fuerte y una nación más igualitaria.

March 3, 2020

En México se registran 10.5 mujeres asesinadas cada día. Qué está haciendo el gobierno al respecto?

March 3, 2020

An average of 10.5 women are murdered every day in Mexico. What is the government doing to stop the femicides?

March 2, 2020

Una entrevista con Ana F. Lafontaine, profesora de historia dominicana y latinoamericana, sobre la crisis electoral en la República Dominicana. 

March 2, 2020

An interview with Ana L. Lafontaine, professor of Dominican and Latin American history, to discuss the electoral crisis in the Dominican Republic. 

February 25, 2020

The October collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel building project in New Orleans demonstrates the city's willingness to ignore widespread labor precarity. 

February 24, 2020

Will the people of Chile be able to shape their own destiny via a plebiscite? Two months before the scheduled vote, the answer remains uncertain.

February 23, 2020

Justo en los momentos de mayor debilidad electoral del presidente Nicolás Maduro, la oposición experimenta un choque de corrientes en su seno, lo que indica una tendencia hacia la disolución política.

February 22, 2020

The Venezuelan opposition’s greatest obstacle to gaining political ground is its own internal fractures. Will factions manage to unify or remain divided during this year’s legislative elections?

February 19, 2020

As President Nayib Bukele challenges the key tenets of the peace accords in El Salvador, the stakes for the country’s nascent postwar democracy have never been higher.