NACLA Update: Pre-order the Final Print Issue!

NACLA Update


Dear Naclistas,

As we announced earlier this week, NACLA has decided to stop printing the NACLA Report on the Americas after publication of our Winter issue. With changing reader habits and prohibitively expensive printing costs, we feel that we can better achieve our mission to create information for change by moving all our content online. To read the full announcement, click here.

Our final print issue, "Mapping the Moment," will come out in February and promises to be a great final edition, with coverage of transnational movements today, water management in the Andes, and more.

Ensure you get a copy of the final issue: pre-order it now!  




No Alternative: Ankle Monitors Expand the Reach of Immigration Detention

Kyle Barron and Cinthya Santos Briones

ICE's "Alternatives to Detention" program has subjected almost 20,000 immigrants to wearing electronic "shackles" throughout their deportation proceedings.

Ferguson, USA

Darrel Alejandro Holnes

NACLA poetry series from CantoMundo's event "Ferguson/Ayotzinapa: CantoMundo Poets Read and Respond."

The Federal Police Not Only Knew, They Were There (Audio)

Christy Thornton

Christy Thornton speaks with Steve Fisher on new, groundbreaking evidence revealing that the attack on 43 students in Iguala, Mexico was coordinated by the federal police and military.

The Organizers Who Never Gave Up on the Cuban Five

Heather Williams

An interview with Alicia Jrapko, co-founder of the International Committee to Free the Cuban Five, on how persistence pays in uphill political struggles.

Straight Talk on How Maduro Measures Up to Chávez

Steve Ellner

Critiques from both Chavistas and the opposition in Venezuela raise the question: How to evaluate a government committed to a gradual democratic road to far-reaching change in the context of extreme polarization and conflict?

Christy Thornton

Christy Thornton talks to Jo-Marie Burt about the past, present, and future of the historic Rios Montt trial.