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In Oscar Martínez's new book, the editor-in-chief of El Faro reflects on his years of reporting in and out of El Salvador, questioning journalistic practices, analyzing the ethics of his actions, and grappling with the violence he has witnessed.
As the government closed a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund, Argentine society revisited painful memories from its biggest financial crisis in recent history.
For Argentina, it’s position in the decades-old dispute over the British Overseas Territory remains clear: Las Malvinas son Argentinas.
From Peru’s Andes, soccer commentator Qara Q’ompo’s broadcasts combat stigma while tapping into oral knowledge to expand Quechua’s reach.
Se ha prestado muy poca atención a los cambios drásticos en el panorama de seguridad en Venezuela, incluyendo la vigilancia policial transformada, las cifras astronómicas del crimen y una proliferación de grupos armados.
A conversation with author Japhy Wilson about his recent book examining Rafael Correa’s plans for the Amazon during his time as president of Ecuador.
Critics say her prosecution on coup charges violates due process, but the Bolivian state has a responsibility to seek justice.
At the last Community of Latin American and Caribbean States meeting, Mexico’s president proposed contradicting relationships with North America.
Decades after the return to democracy, the children of dictatorship-era human rights abusers have ignited a new movement for truth, memory, and justice throughout Latin America and beyond.
In the face of a new war in Europe, shoring up support in Latin America will not be as easy as the Biden administration thinks.
While the Global North has responded as a unified front to the war in Ukraine, in Latin America, countries are choosing their own paths.
With her message of inclusion, the Afro-Colombian environmental activist—who earned the third most votes in the March primaries and a VP nomination—is making history.