New NACLA Radio Podcast, Excerpts from our latest print issue, and more!


Dear Naclistas,

We're excited to announce the return of NACLA Radio! Our latest episode, with host Helen Hazelwood Isaac, includes interviews with three contributors to the latest issue of the NACLA Report "Currency of Death: Unraveling the Political Economy of the Drug Wars," Alexander Aviña, Molly Molloy, and Todd Miller. In the podcast, we explore hard-hitting questions with our authors that go deeper into the themes of the issue. How does "following the money" map out political motivations, policy attitudes, and the contours of growing global markets, allowing us to paint a more detailed picture of the Drug Wars?

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En solidaridad,

The Editors


Helen Hazelwood Isaac
August 4, 2016
NACLA Radio takes a deeper dive into the latest NACLA Report : "Currency of Death: Unraveling the Political Economy of the Drug Wars," with interviews with Alexander Aviña, Molly Molloy, and Todd Miller.
James J. A. Blair
August 4, 2016
How will the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union impact the ongoing sovereignty dispute with Argentina over the Falkland Islands (Malvinas)?
Penelope Anthias
July 29, 2016
In Bolivia’s Chaco region, indigenous peoples are rethinking their visions of territory and autonomy in the context of the extractivist development model.
Jeffrey Lesser and Uriel Kitron
July 27, 2016
Brazil’s Zika epidemic has placed new and added pressure on Brazil’s public health system, but much about the outbreak is very old.
Christy Thornton, William I. Robinson, John Gibler, Gladys Tzul Tzul and Dawn Paley
July 26, 2016
The focus of the summer 2016 NACLA Report on the Americas, this forum reflects on the connection between drug war violence and global capital interests as analyzed in Dawn Paley's book Drug War Capitalism. 
Robin Maria DeLugan
July 20, 2016
The Salvadoran Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn the country's controversial Amnesty Law opens the door to unravel impunity for war crimes during El Salvador's violent civil war.
Linda Farthing
July 13, 2016
A recent decision by U.S. courts brings justice closer for the dozens killed under President Gonzalo “Goni” Sánchez de Lozada.
Winifred Tate
July 11, 2016
Colombia’s peace agreement brings hope and concern to rural areas like Putumayo, dominated by the drug trade and controlled by the FARC.
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