April 16, 2013
Michael Fox
February 22, 2013
Fred Rosen

There was no single message to be culled from the election results throughout Latin America last year. Elections held in five countries did, however, suggest the shapes of some alternative American futures. The voters have spoken. What now?

February 20, 2013
Greg Grandin—TomDispatch.com

A staggering 54 countries have participated in various ways in the American torture system, hosting CIA “black site" prisons, allowing their airspace and airports to be used for secret flights, providing intelligence, kidnapping foreign nationals or their own citizens and handing them over to U.S. agents to be “rendered” to third-party countries. How did Latin America come to be territorio libre in this new dystopian world of black sites and midnight flights?

January 30, 2013
Michael Corcoran

In January, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took a weeklong tour of Latin America. That the media seem to dismiss the tour as a joke, while at the same time ramping up fears that somehow Iranian relations in the Americas poses a security risk to the United States, only further shows how little credibility there is in the U.S. corporate media coverage of the Iranian–Latin American relationship.

January 28, 2013
Ethan Earle
January 28, 2013
Michael González-Cruz
January 28, 2013
Greg Grandin
January 28, 2013
Ramona Hernandez


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