News & Analysis
A land occupation on the outskirts of Buenos Aires showed the cracks in an increasingly unequal system and the resilience of community organization.
Tens of thousands of Guatemalan children sought refuge in Mexico during the country’s civil war, a history often overlooked in today’s discussion of child migration.
In November 15 elections, Black women are running for office to continue the legacy of the murdered councilwoman and address historical underrepresentation in politics.
Port workers in Belize City took on the powerful export industry and won important concessions, elevating working-class demands and building solidarity for ongoing resistance to defend their livelihoods.
Gutiérrez, who died after a violent attack following MAS’s election victory, was a passionate and charismatic trade unionist.
Read the editors' introduction to our latest print issue of the NACLA Report, "Fighting for a People's Isthmus," focused on Central America.
Chile voted to rewrite its dictatorship-era constitution. The next challenge will be making sure the elites don’t dominate the process.
The arrest of Maya K’iche’ journalist Anastasia Mejía exposes the Central American country’s ongoing assault on press freedom.
In South Florida, new Cuban immigrants are siding with Trump. More than a vote for Cuba, theirs is a vote for America.
Understanding the history of child migration and the discourses attached to the phenomenon is critical to countering unjust immigration policies across the hemisphere.
Both Trump and Biden have played on tropes of socialism and Latin American strongmen without providing substantive policy proposals for the region.
With oil and gas prices low, advocates push AMLO to follow through on his promise to ban fracking.