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La Pandemia de Coronavirus ha cambiado las relaciones económicas en la ruralidad de Colombia, haciendo que los campesinos cuestionen economías extractivistas y ofreciendo un modelo alternativo de producción.
Coronavirus has changed economic relations in rural Colombia, pushing campesinos to question extractive economies and offering an alternative model of production.
New narco-terrorism charges against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro are notable for their lack of evidence.
Within the ELN, differing ideologies and visions for the end of conflict may set a time limit on the potential for peace.
A selection of NACLA’s recent coverage of the deep inequality, human rights abuses, and government failures to adequately deliver on the promise of peace undergirding recent protests in Colombia.
As Colombian demonstrators clamor for inclusive policies, genuine peace, and respect for human rights, the elite recycle discourses decrying “vandalism” that aim to delegitimize dissent.
A National Strike, initially planned for just one day, sparked widespread protests throughout Colombia.
The recent failures in the Colombian peace process further endanger Indigenous communities, which are increasingly caught in the middle of violence and displaced from their land.
El desplazamiento en El Orejón demuestra un aspecto menos conocido de Hidroituango: la manera en que el proyecto ha alterado los sustentos locales.
The displacement in El Orejón demonstrates how megaprojects, coca substitution, and the peace process work together to serve elite interests at the expense of campesino ways of life.