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As Peru deploys its Covid-19 response, Amazonian territories—and their Indigenous residents—are left behind.
The global pandemic has destabilized the delicate balance in the Andes that the mercurial drug trade relies on.
Seguir abordando las medidas económicas absolutamente disociadas de las medidas sociales es un error.
In Peru, the government's economic responses to the Covid-19 pandemic are ignoring social realities.
Four months after Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra dissolved Congress, Peruvians went to the polls on Sunday. The results are murky.
Peru’s January 2020 congressional elections represent the fall of the Fujimori party and the unraveling of widespread nepotism and corruption. What does it mean for the Peruvian Amazon?
Across the Andean region, movements against corruption, austerity, high costs of living, and undemocratic maneuvers also fight to change a political and economic model rooted in dispossession.
The new congressional scenario has brought Peruvians the great responsibility of setting the path of democracy for its political class.
Political theorist Mabel Thwaites Rey discusses the rise and decline of progressive governments in Latin America, dynamics that spurred the “end of the cycle,” and characteristics of the new Right.
After two decades battling impunity, Indigenous Peruvian women who survived Alberto Fujimori’s forced sterilization campaign finally have their say.