Evo Morales

May 29, 2020
Benjamin Dangl

Bolivian human rights lawyer David Inca Apaza on the demands of the protests in November and the brutality of the government's response. 

April 6, 2020
Benjamin Dangl

In this adapted excerpt from his new book, Benjamin Dangl delves into the ways oral history, collective memory, and grassroots historical research have played a key role in Bolivian Indigenous movements.

January 10, 2020

With new elections scheduled in Bolivia, the MAS party under attack, and the resurgent Right fortified by the de facto interim government, left-Indigenous unity is needed more than ever.

December 10, 2019
Angus McNelly

Known as the epicenter of anti-austerity rebellion during Bolivia’s Gas War, El Alto remains a powerful example of the potential for local movements to leverage their cities to shape national politics.

November 25, 2019

A collection of NACLA's coverage spanning more than a decade of Evo Morales's time in power to help contextualize turmoil in Bolivia. 

November 15, 2019
Linda Farthing and Olivia Arigho-Stiles

As the Right seeks to fill the power void in Bolivia, polarization is sparking often racialized violence.

November 13, 2019
Jonah Walters

Diverse groups oppose Evo Morales, but the right-wing Christian figures representing the country’s old elite that are now grabbing power in Bolivia spells a new tragedy, Bolivian anthropologist Raul Rodriguez Arancibia explains.

October 16, 2019

Devastating wildfires in Bolivia may affect Evo Morales's prospects for a fourth presidential term, or curb his governing mandate.   

October 8, 2019
Benjamin Dangl

The following excerpt from the new book, The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia, looks at the roots, rise, and presidency of Evo Morales, who is likely to win a fourth term in office in Bolivia’s October 20 general election. 

August 30, 2019
Laurence Blair

Extractivist governments are stoking destruction in the Amazon and beyond. International alliances and Indigenous technologies can help protect the biome and support its 30 million inhabitants.

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