THANK YOU! Plus, anti-coup organizing at LASA, the legacies of DR intervention, and more!

Dear Naclistas,

¡Mil gracias! Your support at the annual Latin American Studies Association (LASA) conference in New York City meant so much to us. We're especially grateful to all those who attended our relaunch party at NYU's King Juan Carlos Center on Friday, May 27, and then packed into LASA to hear NACLA Board member Christy Thornton and former NACLA Executive Editor Greg Grandin in conversation with Noam Chomsky on the 30th anniversary of Chomsky's Managua Lectures. If you were there, I'm sure you can attest to the fact that the full house of nearly 1000 attendees was one of the weekend's highlights! If you missed all the LASA excitement, you can read Executive Editor Alejandro Velasco's remarks from our relaunch event below.

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The Editors


Alejandro Velasco
June 13, 2016

The following remarks were given during the NACLA Report on the Americas relaunch party, held in New York City on May 27, 2016.

Alexandre Fortes and Amy Chazkel
June 10, 2016

Members of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) protest the ouster of Dilma Rousseff—and the political figures in Brazil who enabled it.

Steve Ellner
June 9, 2016

Why critics of Chavismo are wrong to suggest that socialism is to blame for corruption in Venezuela. 

George Ygarza
June 3, 2016

An interview with Lourdes Huanca of the National Federation of Female Peasants, Artisans, Indigenous, Native and Salaried Workers of Peru (FENMUCARINAP)

Graciela Monteagudo
May 26, 2016
Why haven’t President Mauricio Macri’s economic reforms faced the same sort of public resistance that was seen around Argentina’s 2001 economic crisis? 
Lorgia García Peña
May 25, 2016
A century later, the legacies of the U.S. military intervention of the Dominican Republic persist.
Joseph Nevins
Border Wars
May 24, 2016
Instead of a “surge” in deportations, the U.S. government should be paying off its imperial debt to Central America.
Jennifer Goett
May 20, 2016
The Interoceanic Grand Canal is a threat to the environment and to the Nicaraguan people.
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