Cold War

January 4, 2019
John Lindsay-Poland

How early research on the shadowy machinations of U.S. security aid and arms sales shaped NACLA’s solidarity with Latin America—a web-only feature for our 50th anniversary issue.

October 26, 2018
Greg Grandin

By 1979, much of the southern cone had fallen to right-wing military dictatorships in an era defined by militarist anti-communism, the defeat of the working class movement, and the emergence of neoliberalism. From our 50th anniversary issue, available open access for a limited time.

October 31, 2016
Sarah Stephens

What has been the role of U.S. commercial interests in ending the U.S. embargo on Cuba?

March 22, 2016
Renata Keller

Does Mexico’s Cold War experience offer lessons for ending the country’s disastrous Drug War?

December 16, 2015
Louis A. Pérez, Jr.

On the one-year anniversary of “D17,” the second of a two-part essay exploring what has and will constitute “normal relations” between the U.S. and Cuba.

March 29, 2012
March 6 marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Dr. Cheddi Jagan, the former President of Guyana and the hemisphere’s first democratically elected Marxist leader. While that distinction is often mistakenly associated with the election of Chilean President Salvador Allende, Guyana was not only the site of this historic election, but Jagan (not Jacobo Arbenz) was also the first leader in the Americas to fall victim to Cold War military intervention.
September 25, 2007
Jane Hunter
September 25, 2007

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