News & Analysis
As infighting within the Movement Toward Socialism threatens to split the party, Bolivia’s historic social movements are forced to choose sides.
Argentina's new president, Javier Milei, draws on authoritarian tactics reminiscent of Trump and Bolsonaro, but his ideology has deeper roots in Thatcherism, raising questions about the Falklands/Malvinas.
Supporters cheered as the new far-right libertarian president pledged to push austerity measures. But with progressive forces vowing to resist, his shock treatment could backfire.
From dampening appetite for foreign investment to enlivening environmental struggles in neighboring countries, the recent victory of Panama’s historic anti-mining movement reverberates beyond borders.
Formerly incarcerated women lead the struggle to rethink Colombia's broken prison system. What promise does a new restorative justice law hold?
How can we understand the political shift in Argentina that led to an extreme right-wing outsider coming to power? Here are seven key points for unpacking the unprecedented election.
A Mapuche leader or weychafe expresses solidarity with Palestinian women in an open letter penned from the impotence of distance and the certainty of resistance.
The Canadian-owned mine at the center of a national uprising will be shut down. But differing environmentalisms in the isthmus may now be on a collision course against one another.
Mercedes Biocca's insightful book reveals dynamics of resistance and acquiescence to soybean expansion in two Indigenous communities in the heart of Northern Argentina.
Henry Kissinger helped orchestrate the demise of Chilean democracy in 1970. His legacy reflects a ruthless prioritization of U.S. hegemony over democratic principles.
Over 100 activists and storytellers from across the Americas gathered in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon to forge an alliance against extractivism and illegal mining.
Understanding structures of domination helps us better support efforts to transform them. Read more in "Militarized Democracy Refracted," the Winter 2023 issue of the NACLA Report.