Honduras

December 19, 2016
Bryan Pitts, Rosemary Joyce, Russell Sheptak, Kregg Hetherington, Marco Castillo & Rafael Ioris

A reflection on the ousters of presidents Manuel Zelaya, Fernando Lugo, and Dilma Rousseff—and the emergence of the “parliamentary” or “soft” coup as a new technique to thwart the consolidation of social and economic rights in the region.

November 7, 2016
Quintijn Kat

A year after U.S. Congress approved the “Alliance for Prosperity,” U.S. funding continues militarized, neoliberal policies that won’t stop violence in the Northern Triangle.

October 26, 2016
Parker Asmann

Recent attacks on members of the Civil Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) have not altered the U.S. decision to send the country its full funding package.

May 7, 2016
Alejandro Velasco

NACLA joins Honduran and international human rights groups in demanding the material and intellectual authors behind the May 2 shooting of journalist Felix Molina be investigated and prosecuted.

April 28, 2016
Moira Birss and Gustavo Castro Soto

An interview with Mexican activist Gustavo Castro Soto about the Berta Cáceres assassination— and building a world that moves beyond extractivism.

March 18, 2016
Philippa de Boissière and Sian Cowman

Megadam projects like Agua Zarco expropriate land, spoil environments, and pollute democracies. Berta Cáceres gave her life resisting them.

January 7, 2016
Gabriela Díaz Prieto and Sarah Gammage

By issuing tourist and humanitarian visas to migrants, the Mexican government could begin to move past the failures of U.S.-backed border militarization.

January 4, 2016
Federico Barahona

A new refugee crisis takes shape in Mexico and Central America.

July 24, 2015
by Quintijn Kat

Replicating Plan Colombia's failed approach, a Washington aid program for Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador combines neoliberal economic reforms with military aid. 

April 17, 2015
Sebastian Muñoz-Najar Galvez

How a Honduran living in Washington DC experienced the 2009 coup of President Manuel Zelaya. 

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