The Right & Far Right

April 2, 2024
Amarilys Estrella

New expressions of ultranationalist violence censoring Black women and migrants harken back to the Trujillo dictatorship. Anyone deemed a threat to Dominican values is a potential target.

April 2, 2024
Magdalena Broquetas and Gerardo Caetano

A new radical right with links to the dictatorship has made unprecedented gains. So far, the country’s strong democracy has tempered its worst impacts.

April 2, 2024
Ezequiel Saferstein y Analía Goldentul

As the world of “politically incorrect” books moves from niche to mainstream, the radicalized right’s culture war attracts a new generation of followers.

April 2, 2024
Steven Forti

From Spain’s Vox to Argentina’s Javier Milei, the forces of the new far right don’t resurrect historical fascism. But they are the greatest threat to democracy today.

March 28, 2024
Daniel Cholakian

March 24 commemorates the victims of state terrorism in Argentina. As President Javier Milei defends perpetrators of genocide, remembering becomes a form of resisting far-right and denialist policies.

March 14, 2024
Ernesto Bohoslavsky and Magdalena Broquetas

New far-right forces pose a growing threat to democracy across Latin America and the Caribbean. Read more in the Spring 2024 issue of the NACLA Report on the Americas.

March 8, 2024
Francisco Olivero and Salvador Lescano

President Javier Milei stokes conflict and division within the pro-dialogue opposition of Argentina’s congress.

March 8, 2024
Sky Ayala

A controversial new system for Salvadorans voting abroad helped President Nayib Bukele secure his unconstitutional second term in office.

March 7, 2024
Julia Gavarrete

The president achieved an unconstitutional reelection while his party obtained 54 of 60 seats in the legislature. In the new electoral map, political pluralism is the big loser.

February 23, 2024
Daniel Cholakian

The cultural sector stands out in the resistance to right-wing austerity policies in Argentina.


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