Caribbean

May 28, 2024
Simón Rodríguez

Luis Abinader has cultivated an image as a moderate, but his anti-Black and anti-immigrant policies lay bare a far-right agenda.

May 10, 2024
Rebeca Joy Blemur

A new book recovers the intellectual contribution of Haitian revolutionaries to ideas of freedom, equality, and sovereignty in the Atlantic World.

April 26, 2024
Eric Gettig

Gustav Cederlöf’s book poses challenging questions about energy transition and energy justice from an often-overlooked Caribbean and socialist vantage point.

March 15, 2024
Danny Shaw

Jake Johnston’s carefully investigated Aid State: Elite Panic, Disaster Capitalism and the Battle to Control Haiti sheds light on the geopolitical origins of the paramilitary death squads currently wreaking havoc on Port-au-Prince.

December 28, 2023
Diana Ramos-Gutiérrez with Myrna Pagán

A Puerto Rican demilitarization activist reflects on the decades-long struggle to urge U.S. forces to withdraw from the island and the ongoing challenges Viequenses face today.

December 19, 2023
Jenaro Abraham

The Puerto Rican Independence Party’s (PIP) latest assembly marks a turning point in electoral strategy and a challenge to the colonial paradigms that have long held the archipelago hostage.

October 31, 2023
Simón Rodríguez

The Dominican government's attempt to reinforce its hegemony over the border river unleashed unexpected resistance in Haiti.

October 24, 2023
Amy Li Baksh

In the throes of the Cold War, a tiny Caribbean island dared to wage a revolutionary experiment. As the Revo imploded, the United States invaded.

September 26, 2023
Jemima Pierre

As the United States and its allies push renewed foreign intervention, the uses and abuses of the first Black republic as a testing ground of imperialism offer stark warnings. Haiti still struggles to be free.

September 26, 2023
Shalini Puri

Forty years after the U.S. invasion, centering Caribbean perspectives on the rise and demise of a revolutionary movement holds the possibility of stepping out from empire’s shadow and imagining alternative futures.

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