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A first-time documentarian reflects on the politics of producing Salero, a documentary on mining in the salt flats of Bolivia.
China has become the principal funder and contractor for President Evo Morales’s state-led development project. What's at stake for Bolivia?
Part 1 in our two-part discussion on the state of the Left in Latin America, originally presented at Left Forum in a panel sponsored by NACLA and Jacobin Magazine in New York City on June 2, 2017.
The second largest body of water in Bolivia has vanished. Will it ever return?
Argentinian President Macri’s crackdown on immigrants, echoing Trump, ignites a fierce national debate and raises diplomatic tensions with Bolivia.
A growing resistance to the Chepete/ El Bala megadam is challenging President Evo Morales’s plan to convert Bolivia into South America’s leading energy powerhouse.
Bolivia’s brutal cooperative mining conflict reveals the growing contradictions and perils of extractivism, as the government and popular sectors struggle to control a dwindling mining surplus.
Drought and political divisions are limiting access to water in the Cochabamba Valley. Will social movements mobilize again to protect this basic right?
A NACLA Radio interview with Bret Gustafson and Niki Fabricant on their article, "Revolutionary Extraction?” from the latest NACLA Report, Free Trade 2.0.
In Bolivia’s Chaco region, indigenous peoples are rethinking their visions of territory and autonomy in the context of the extractivist development model.