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Along with the Arab Spring, the indignados movement of Spain, and Occupy Wall Street, Latin America also played a role in the global tumult in 2011. Over the last year diverse grassroots movements in Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, and Peru have been raising questions and challenging the existent order.
We are pleased to announce that NACLA has launched its first NACLA Radio Podcast. Featuring content on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela, and much more.
This week, Bolivian government officials and lowland indigenous leaders
Despite the passage of last month’s law banning construction of the proposed highway through Bolivia’s TIPNIS national park and indigenous territory, the TIPNIS conflict shows no signs of abating a
The U.S. government and its right-wing allies are using human rights as a political weapon to discredit those governments in the region that have most aggressively undermined U.S. hegemony. This article was originally published as the introduction to the September/October 2011 issue of the NACLA Report on the Americas.
In a stunning political reversal, President Evo Morales signed a new law this week prohibiting construction of the high