News & Analysis
A push for temporary LNG-fueled electricity risks increasing Puerto Rico’s gas dependency while funneling federal funds to a fossil fuel company amid the pandemic.
Governmental failures to respond to Covid-19 only reinforce the demands of social movements in Chile.
Honduran activist Berta Cáceres was murdered in 2016 during a fight against a hydroelectric megaproject. In the corrupt narcostate of post-coup Honduras, the killing was the grand finale of a campaign of terror.
As Peru deploys its Covid-19 response, Amazonian territories—and their Indigenous residents—are left behind.
Bolivian human rights lawyer David Inca Apaza on the demands of the protests in November and the brutality of the government's response.
As Covid-19 tears through Ecuador, social movements are ensuring that communities have access to food.
The global pandemic has destabilized the delicate balance in the Andes that the mercurial drug trade relies on.
A review of The Jakarta Method by Vincent Bevins, which traces the history of the Cold War from the perspective of two often overlooked countries: Indonesia and Brazil.
Overcrowding, poor sanitation, inadequate medical attention, and delays in testing prime Paraguay’s quarantine shelters to spread the virus, rather than contain it.
A collection of articles from NACLA’s archive on environmental issues and climate justice in the Americas, available open access for a limited time.
As Bolsonaro continues to hollow out the state in response to Covid-19, other sectors of society are stepping up.
With Suriname headed to the ballots on May 25, President Bouterse may be facing his toughest election yet.