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Our latest issue of the NACLA Report explores lessons from the Pink Tide and what lies ahead for the diverse Lefts in Latin America today.
The anti-government protests that erupted in December have a clear political agenda: new elections and the convening of a constituent assembly.
A controversial, high-profile detention reveals deep divides within the MAS and an uncertain path forward amid an ongoing conservative backlash.
The inauguration of the leftist two-time former leader as Brazil’s president is a source of hope for social and environmental movements worldwide.
The leftist candidate is leading in the polls ahead of the election. But even if Lula wins, he will face many challenges.
At the outset of the constitutional process, it seemed certain that Chile would approve its new constitution. The opposition turned the tide.
The majority of Chileans voted against the proposed new constitution. How can we interpret the “no” vote’s significant victory?
Durante décadas, las abundantes reservas de petróleo de Arauca han provocado conflicto entre grupos armados ilegales, el ejército colombiano y empresas multinacionales.
For decades, oil-rich Arauca has been the site of intense conflict involving illegal armed groups, the Colombian military, and multinational corporations.
A mayor’s edict in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood of Mexico City whitewashes rótulos, the iconic designs of street vendors that have adorned city streets for generations.