News & Analysis

January 23, 2024

Broadcasting the Salvadoran government's atrocities throughout the armed conflict, the guerrilla radio station Venceremos had a clear goal: bringing down the U.S.-backed dictatorship.

January 23, 2024

Brazil’s Workers’ Party has been back in power for a year. Despite some progress, concessions to the far right continue.

January 22, 2024

Protegiendo los proyectos extractivos en los territorios rurales y habilitando el control de los paramilitares en las zonas urbanas, el poder militar facilita la acumulación por desposesión.

January 22, 2024

Las Fuerzas Armadas de Bolivia siempre adecuan a los caprichos del partido del turno. La ausencia de una reforma estructural de la institución militar es fundamentalmente contraria al proyecto plurinacional.

January 21, 2024

Despite the Mexican American music trio’s success in the United States, the group faced backlash in Mexico for “not being Mexican enough.” What does this say about how Mexicanness is perceived within and outside the country?

January 19, 2024

The Zapatista liberation movement gathered in Chiapas to honor three decades of struggle and prepare for an uncertain future. 

January 18, 2024

Under the Bolivarian revolution, militarization has permeated all facets of politics and society, capturing institutional power as the ambit of the Armed Forces repeatedly expands.

January 18, 2024

The Miskitu community along Nicaragua’s coast has long faced persecution and invisibilization. A recent increase in migration highlights the need for asylum protections for Miskitu youth.

January 16, 2024

In the 1980s, the Reagan administration poured billions of dollars into El Salvador's military to crush the left-wing FMLN, littering the country in mass graves in the process.

January 16, 2024

From Patagonia, an environmental activist discusses her community’s struggle against a new oil pipeline and the threats of expanding extractivism in their territory.

January 16, 2024

Desde Patagonia, una activista ambiental habla de la lucha contra un nuevo oleoducto y la expansión del extractivismo en sus territorios.

January 15, 2024

With another oil and gas bonanza brewing and a new far-right president in the Casa Rosada, people-led proposals for a just energy transition are more urgent than ever.

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