New Podcasts on U.S.-Cuba Policy and Central American Asylum Seekers, FARC Demobilization, and More...


Dear Naclistas,

It's been an intense summer so far in the Americas: from the recent conviction of Lula in Brazil to a situation in Venezuela that grows increasingly desperate, there is much to wrap our heads around. 

That's not to mention the threats posed by the presidency of Donald Trump, whose plans to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border seem to be moving forward as discrimination and targeting of undocumented communities deepens. That's the subject of our latest NACLA Report, "Wall off Trump: Confronting the Donald Trump Era." If you're a subscriber, you should be receiving it in the mail any day now. If not, subscribe today to receive the quarterly magazine and take a deep dive into the most pressing issues in the region.

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Here's our latest web content:



Joseph Nevins
Border Wars
July 13, 2017
What can the assassination of Sister Maura during El Salvador’s civil war teach us about humanity for Central American refugees today?
Michael J. Bustamante
July 11, 2017
In this episode of NACLA Radio, Mike Bustamante discusses Trump’s Cuba policy, and the future of economic initiatives on the island as Raúl Castro’s retirement approaches.
Emma Lawlor and Noah Silber-Coats
July 6, 2017
Why can’t the residents of Nogales, Mexico, access adequate housing? 
David Unger
July 5, 2017
Colonel Edgar Rubio Castañeda’s book Desde el Cuartel is a seething critique of neoliberalism and the Guatemalan oligarchy.
Clayton Whitt
June 30, 2017
The second largest body of water in Bolivia has vanished. Will it ever return?I
Nara Milanich
June 29, 2017
Nara Milanich discusses family detention centers, asylum processes, and the fight to protect immigrant rights.
Jonah Walters
June 23, 2017
Remembering Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann, the Sandinista priest and one-time United Nations General Assembly president who died earlier this month. 
Nick MacWilliam
June 22, 2017
International observers assess the progress–and shortcomings–of Colombia’s demobilization process, part of its historic peace accord to end 50 years of civil war in the country.
Ricardo Gabriel
June 16, 2017
What does the controversy about Oscar López Rivera’s participation in this year’s Puerto Rican Day parade tell us about Puerto Rico’s anti-colonial struggle?
Amaury Rodriguez
June 15, 2017
Against a history of repression, corruption, and impunity, a growing social movement in the Dominican Republic demands change.
Brian Mier
June 8, 2017
Leaked tapes revealing massive corruption and bribery by Brazil’s coup president, Michel Temer, and party leader Aécio Neves have sent the country’s right-wing coalition into a tailspin. Could it be an opening for the Left? 
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