News & Analysis
Viewpoint: Nicaragua’s upcoming presidential elections have been criticized as a farce. But for many Nicaraguans, they represent a huge choice.
Garifuna activists in New York are working to change the legal status and improve the lives of Central American immigrants in the United States.
In El Salvador, President Bukele’s Bitcoin mining plan threatens huge environmental costs for communities already struggling with precarious access to electricity and running water.
Akers Chacón provides a historical account of the neoliberal contradiction in immigration enforcement: open borders for capitalism, criminalization for cross-border workers.
The recent death of a Chilean protestor at the hands of the police is yet another example of the country’s pattern of responding to civil unrest with force.
The results of Paraguay’s municipal elections showcase the dominance of the Colorado Party and the persistence of an unequal two-party system.
In his new book, Joshua Frens-String examines 20th century Chilean politics through the lens of food.
Attempts to pursue justice for the alleged coup and human rights violations that followed the 2019 elections in Bolivia could break with Latin America’s pattern of impunity.
A new PBS documentary explores the life and career of literary figure José Lezama Lima in revolutionary Cuba.
The story of two Cubans through Central America illustrates the hardships migrants face trying to reach the United States.
Throughout the region, Evangelical participation in politics is growing, with several groups aligning with the Left despite their more conservative beliefs.
The work of this Bolivian women’s group illustrates the long arc of Indigenous resistance to colonialism.