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Jacquelyn Kovarik
March 21, 2018
U.S. economic and political intervention defined the political career of former Bolivian president Gonzalo “Goni” Sanchez de Lozada. Now, in an unprecedented move, the U.S. is putting him on trial.
Adrienne Pine
March 19, 2018
Edwin Espinal is just one of dozens of Honduran political prisoners currently being held in high-security facilities. On the Global Day of Action for political prisoners, the international community must join their struggle.
Emma McDonell
March 12, 2018
The quinoa boom was an opportunity for farmers in the Andes to make profits from their crops. But the incurison of large-scale farms outside the Andean highlands into the market dashed these dreams.
Michelle B. Switzer
March 9, 2018
How a rising grassroots movement in Argentina’s third most populous city could reshape the country’s political landscape
Claire Branigan and Cecilia Palmeiro
March 8, 2018
NACLA spoke with Argentinian feminist activist Cecilia Palmeiro, a founding member of the Ni Una Menos feminist collective and organizer of the 2018 International Women’s Day Strike.
Angus McNelly and Jeffery R. Webber
March 7, 2018
As university faculty across the U.K. strike against a neoliberal assault on higher education, lessons from Latin American anti-austerity struggles resonate. This time, educators can win.
Hilary Goodfriend
March 2, 2018
An onslaught of conservative rulings by the Supreme Court in El Salvador threatens the 2018 mid-term elections—and the very fabric of the nation’s post-conflict institutions.
Todd Miller
Border Wars
February 28, 2018
In the context of the border wall debate, politicians and pundits across the political spectrum conveniently omit the grim realities millions of migrants face.
Ramona Wadi
February 28, 2018
As Chile’s president-elect Sebastian Piñera promises to perfect its anti-terror laws, repression against the Mapuche people seems likely to increase during his second presidential term.
Geoffrey Alan Boyce
February 22, 2018
The U.S. Border Patrol’s violent, racist, and ineffectual policies have come to a head under Trump. What can be done? 
Pedro Cabán
February 22, 2018
What does the history of emigration—and the policies that compelled it—mean for the de facto colony today?
Bret Gustafson
February 16, 2018
How U.S.-backed military interventions in the Caribbean have been tied up with fossil fuel extractivism.
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