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Will Bolivians approve a constitutional amendment that would allow President Evo Morales to run for a fourth term?
Quinoa production has a long history in the Andes. In the last decade, demand for the crop has skyrocketed, transforming the economy and ecology of the region.
The new film Our Brand is Crisis doesn’t tell us how a president who authorized the massacre of indigenous Bolivians has lived with impunity in the U.S. for 12 years.
Community gardens serve as an organizing tool in Cochabamba
The government’s recent attack on four research NGOs highlights the need for continuing debate around Bolivia’s extractivist development model.
President Evo Morales and Bolivia’s social movements look to Pope Francis’s historic visit to advance their political agendas.
With a narrow focus on the left’s recent experiences, these collected essays successfully contextualize the issues confronting the movements, parties, and governments of Latin America’s radical left.
Bolivian President Evo Morales escalates the stakes in the debate over extractivism as an anti-poverty strategy.
Farthing and Kohl's analysis highlights the successes, challenges, and contradictions of Evo Morales' presidency.
Setbacks for the ruling MAS party in Bolivia’s subnational elections show that voters want more local democracy and accountability, without necessarily rejecting the MAS political project.