News & Analysis
With second round presidential elections on April 3, the country faces high levels of voter abstention, an increasingly right-wing Congress, and a choice between two candidates ringed by controversy.
Activists from Brazil’s urban peripheries are among the hardest hit by the climate crisis, and they are becoming increasingly active in the fight against it.
After a record-breaking presidential primary, the Colombian Left has a fighting chance at winning the top office and challenging the legacy of the country's most powerful politician.
From strengthening their bonds with their readers to redefining their workflows, newsrooms in the region are determined to keep their editorial work going despite media monopolies, and organizational or financial challenges.
En Colombia, el candidato que lidera las encuestas tiene una tarea clave: canalizar el estallido social hacia un apoyo en las urnas.
Members of Colombia's Emberá community, many of whom are victims of conflict, have camped for months in Colombia's capital to generate attention and demand change.
For a Venezuelan artist, photography offers a democratic means of expression and experimentation from differing viewpoints.
Para una artista venezolana, la fotografía ofrece un medio democrático de expresión y experimentación desde distintas disidencias.
The militarized war on drugs, strict U.S. immigration policy, maquiladora development, and misogyny are all part of the cocktail fueling cycles of crime and abuse in a violent border city.
Beyond polarized interpretations, revisiting Chavismo’s long origins and many mutations reveals a political project marked more by adaptation and contradiction than by rigid ideological lines.
Popular power was a cornerstone of the Bolivarian Revolution. Facing co-optation, crisis, and decline, its future remains in question.
With Hugo Chávez’s celebrated health care project progressively in ruins, the pandemic underlines the need to rebuild.