Recent Articles in the NACLA Report
In Colombia’s booming gig economy, temporary immigration measures make little difference in the lives of vulnerable Venezuelan workers.
As electoral candidates and movement leaders, Black women in Brazil are reshaping political power and forging new, affirming representations in the process.
For a quilombola leader and fisherwoman, Black and Indigenous struggles for land and life are essential to collective survival in the face of the climate crisis.
Brazil’s so-called Quota Law has expanded access to higher education for low-income and Black students. The future of the policy now hangs in the balance.
For the latest wave of the Left in power sweeping the region, the challenges are steep. Radical politics will continue to emerge from the streets.
For a Venezuelan artist, photography offers a democratic means of expression and experimentation from differing viewpoints.
Beyond polarized interpretations, revisiting Chavismo’s long origins and many mutations reveals a political project marked more by adaptation and contradiction than by rigid ideological lines.
Popular power was a cornerstone of the Bolivarian Revolution. Facing co-optation, crisis, and decline, its future remains in question.
With Hugo Chávez’s celebrated health care project progressively in ruins, the pandemic underlines the need to rebuild.
Persistent internal conflicts have prevented Chavismo’s detractors from organizing a serious political proposal to successfully contest power. Can the opposition democratize?
Exclusive content and additional resources accompanying our Spring 2022 issue of the NACLA Report.
From oil to mining, resource exploitation is the central battlefield for Venezuela’s land and environmental movements.