Opinion & Analysis
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.
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.
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.
As Chile’s president-elect Sebastian Piñera promises to perfect its anti-terrorist laws, repression against the Mapuche people seems likely to increase during his second presidential term.
What does the history of emigration—and the policies that compelled it—mean for the de facto colony today?
How U.S.-backed military interventions in the Caribbean have been tied up with fossil fuel extractivism.
Mexico’s recently approved Internal Security Law grants its military unprecedented policing abilities—with broad-reaching implications for security policy across the region.
Can Marichuy, an Indigenous activist, collect enough signatures to appear on ballots in Mexico's 2018 presidential election?
With DACA’s expiration date slated for March 5, Republicans are betting that Democrats will prioritize mid-term elections over the fight to protect 800,000 young immigrants.
Latin America's largest economy is in disarray; its Workers’ Party faces destruction; its radical left searches for a response. The second installment of our coverage on Lula’s conviction.
Brazil's progressive forces face an enormous challenge in rebuilding the Left. But the game is far from over—and Lula will continue to play a key role in it.
What’s next for the Brazilian left?