March 16, 2023
Charles Dolph

Falling central bank reserves spark speculation and threaten inflation, increasing frictions within the MAS party.

March 10, 2023
Peter Schmidt

Sarah T. Hines’s 140-year history of water conflict in Cochabamba, Bolivia paints a picture of environmental world-building that is plodding, messy, and sorely needed.

January 11, 2023
Pablo Solón

A controversial, high-profile detention reveals deep divides within the MAS and an uncertain path forward amid an ongoing conservative backlash. 

January 11, 2023
Pablo Solón

Una controvertida detención pone de manifiesto las profundas divisiones existentes en el MAS y el incierto camino a seguir en medio de una reacción conservadora.

July 28, 2022
Linda Farthing and Thomas Grisaffi

Narcotrafficking is a bloody business throughout Latin America, but less so in Bolivia.

June 17, 2022
Bret Gustafson and Kathryn Ledebur

While the Biden administration struggles to impugn Trump for his attempted coup, its approach to Bolivia is undermining that country’s efforts to bring their own coup perpetrators to justice.

May 20, 2022
Bret Gustafson

Farthing and Becker’s book sheds new light on the violence of the interim government as well as the heroic resistance of Bolivian social movements.

April 13, 2022
Amy Booth

Critics say her prosecution on coup charges violates due process, but the Bolivian state has a responsibility to seek justice.

November 11, 2021
Guillaume Long

A look at how the OAS, particularly Secretary General Almagro, supported the Áñez government in Bolivia.

October 20, 2021
Amy Booth

Attempts to pursue justice for the alleged coup and human rights violations that followed the 2019 elections in Bolivia could break with Latin America’s pattern of impunity.


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