writing two short reviews of current news articles about Latin America from the NACLA website, with a focus on summarizing the main points of the article and analyzing it from a personal perspective. reviewing and discussing various articles and books related to current events and issues in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. analyzing and discussing various political and social issues in Latin America, including topics such as human rights, elections, environmental activism, and feminist movements. students to choose a topic related to Latin America and find 25 recent news articles or scholarly sources about it. writing a series of articles about current events and issues in Brazil and Chile, including topics such as disinformation campaigns, indigenous rights, political elections, and social movements. writing a series of articles on current events and social issues in Chile and Colombia. analyzing and reviewing a series of articles about progressive politics and social issues in various Latin American countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, and Paraguay. students to write articles on various political and social issues in Latin American countries such as Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

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writing two short reviews of current news articles about Latin America from the NACLA website, with a focus on summarizing the main points of the article and analyzing it from a personal perspective. reviewing and discussing various articles and books related to current events and issues in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. analyzing and discussing various political and social issues in Latin America, including topics such as human rights, elections, environmental activism, and feminist movements. students to choose a topic related to Latin America and find 25 recent news articles or scholarly sources about it. writing a series of articles about current events and issues in Brazil and Chile, including topics such as disinformation campaigns, indigenous rights, political elections, and social movements. writing a series of articles on current events and social issues in Chile and Colombia. analyzing and reviewing a series of articles about progressive politics and social issues in various Latin American countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, and Paraguay. students to write articles on various political and social issues in Latin American countries such as Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

2.8 NACLA Report on the Americas Review #2 (ASSIGNMENT) Due Friday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submitting a file upload File Types doc, docx, and pdf
Guidelines for NACLA assignment #2
For this assignment, you are to read current news articles about Latin America from the website for the North American Congress of Latin America (NACLA) and submit two short reviews during the semester. Please submit one review per due date. Each review is to be at least 3-4 pages and each due date corresponds to a regional topic in Latin America. The due dates for these reports are January 12 and 19. Here are the regional topics corresponding to each due date:
January 12: Mexico, Border issues and Latinx communities, the Caribbean (Cuba, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, etc.)
January 19: Central America (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, and Belize) and South America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Venezuela)
Please submit your reports through Canvas in either of the following formats: doc, docx or PDF (if you are using Google Docs or Apple Pages to compose your review, please be sure to convert your paper to docx or PDF before submitting it). Late papers will be accepted for each submission, but only for one week after the assigned due dates and will be assessed a full grade deduction. Please use both a title page and a works cited page (neither of these pages count toward your 3-4 pages of text). These two reports will count as a combined 30% toward your final grade. In your works cited page, compose your article entry in a format like this:
Hilary Goodfriend, “El Bukelazo: Shades of Dictatorship in El Salvador,” NACLA Report on the Americas website (February 19, 2020).
In terms of the content of each report, I am looking for two main points of discussion. First, you should devote the first half of the report to a summary of the main points in the article that you selected. To help you to address this issue, consider some of these questions: What is the main issue being discussed? (i.e. immigration, elections, education, environment, women’s issues, crime, etc.) Who are the main personalities mentioned in the article? (i.e. Colombian President Gustavo Petro, President Biden, Former President Trump, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, etc.) How does the issue affect the people of the country mentioned in the article? Does the issue have any connection with United States interests? What do you think could be the best solution to resolve this problem?
And for the second point of discussion, please analyze the article that you selected and present your point of view on the story. For example, how do you feel about the story? How did this article contribute to your understanding about modern Latin America? And what do you think about the author’s perspective on the article? How does this topic relate to contemporary political, economic or cultural themes in the United States today? Here is a list of articles from the NACLA website pertaining to regions for your second due date. Everybody, just pick any one article from this list for your January 19 review. The dates in parenthesis indicate when the article was published. For the Jan. 20 due date, your reviews will focus on a Central American or a South American nation. These articles range in date from January 2021 to January 2024
Central America
Belize
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Costa Rica:
Amid Inflation, Costa Rica Workers Face Longer Workdays and Cuts to Overtime (May 2023)Links to an external site.
Costa Rica: A Democracy on the Brink (Dec. 2021)Links to an external site.
Costa Rica’s Rush to the Right (Apr. 2022)Links to an external site.
Nicaraguan Migrants Face Uncertainty in Costa Rica (Dec. 2022)
The Myth of Demilitarization in Costa Rica (Jan. 2024)Links to an external site.
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El Salvador:
After Stories: Transnational Intimacies of Postwar El Salvador (Book Review) (Feb. 2023)Links to an external site.
Alejandro Molina Lara Fought for Workers’ Rights in El Salvador and the United States (Feb. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Bukele Responds to Avalanche of International Criticism: “The People Voted for This” (May 2021)
Bukele’s War Against the Past (Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
El Salvador: Surfing in the “New Land of the Free?” (May 2023)Links to an external site.
El Salvador Arrests Prominent Anti-Mining Activists (Feb. 2023)Links to an external site.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele Has Blood on His Hands (Feb. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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El Salvador’s Slide Toward Authoritarianism (Nov. 2022)
El Salvador’s State of Exception Turns One (Mar. 2023)
In El Salvador, Workers Fight to Protect Public Services (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Left Out of Bukele’s Bitcoin Decision, Salvadorans Face Deepening Inequality (July 2021)
No One is Safe in Bukele’s Gang War (June 2022)
Re-membering the Reign of God (Book Review) (Dec. 2022)
“Rompamos El Silencio” (May 2023)Links to an external site.
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Tell Mother I’m in Paradise (Review) (July 2022)Links to an external site.
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The Value of a Volcano (Nov. 2021)
After Stories: Transnational Intimacies of Postwar El Salvador (Book Review)(Feb. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Underreported and Unpunished, Femicides in El Salvador Continue (March 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Guatemala:
25 Years After the Peace Accords, Democracy Weak in Guatemala (Jan. 2022)Links to an external site.
Anti-Mining Networks Support Land Defense Movements in Central America (Nov. 2022)
Communal Resistance and Land Theft Mark Lead up to Guatemala Elections (May 2023)Links to an external site.
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Dianna Ortiz, Survivor and Witness of the Guatemalan Genocide (1958-2021) (Feb. 2021)
Fighting for Food Sovereignty in Guatemala (June 2022)Links to an external site.
Guatemala on Trial: Maya Land Rights Case Reaches International Court (Feb. 2022)Links to an external site.
Guatemala Cracks Down on Q’eqchi’ Resistance in El Estor (Nov. 2021)Links to an external site.
Guatemala’s National Strike Demands Structural Change (Sept. 2021)
Guatemalans Celebrate Return of “Democratic Spring” as Potential Violence Threatens Transition (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Historical Memory in the Digital Age (June 2021)
Hydrocracy at the Center of Guatemala City’s Elections (June 2023)Links to an external site.
In Guatemala, Ex-Paramilitaries Face Trial for Wartime Rape of Indigenous Women (Jan. 2022)
In Guatemala, Will Old Foreign Policies Bring New Results? (Aug. 2021)
Land Conflicts Targeting Indigenous Communities Intensify in Northern Guatemala (Dec. 2022)
Lawfare Casts Shadow Over Paradigm-Shifting Guatemalan Election (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Textures of Terror (Book Review) (Oct. 2023)Links to an external site.
The Lives of Those Who Died (Oct. 2022)
The Shadows of the Past Hang over Guatemala’s 2023 Elections (June 2023)
Thelma Cabrera: “We Are Fighting for a Plurinational State and Well-being of the Peoples” (June 2023)Links to an external site.
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“We Are Here by Force”: Maya Ixil Activists Fight for Asylum and Justice (May 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Honduras:
A Private Government in Honduras Moves Forward (Feb. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Arbitrary Justice: The Fate of Environmental Defenders in Honduras (Sept. 2021)
Combating Narcos or Criminalizing Indigeneity? (Jan. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
For Murdered Honduran Organizer Berta Cáceres, “Any Injustice Was Her Battle” (June 2020) (Links to an external site.)
Honduran Women Leaders in the Crosshairs (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
Hondurans in the U.S. Fear Vote Suppression in Sunday Elections (Nov. 2021)Links to an external site.
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Honduras: Between the Old Elite and a New Democracy (Nov. 2021)Links to an external site.
Links to an external site.In Honduras, Victory of Leftist Woman President Rests on Other Women’s Struggles (Jan. 2022)
United States Struggles to Pick a Side in Upcoming Honduran Elections (Sept. 2021)Links to an external site.
Verdict Forthcoming for Military Intelligence Officer in Murder of Berta Cáceres (July 2021)
“We Don’t Even Know Where the Remains of our Loved Ones Are” (Aug. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Nicaragua:
Crisis in Nicaragua: Is the Ortega-Murillo Government Leftist? (Part I) (Aug. 2021)
LGBTQ Politics in Nicaragua: Revolution, Dictatorship, and Social Movements (Book Review) (Feb. 2023)Links to an external site.
LGBTQ Resistance and Political Protest in Nicaragua (Sept. 2021)Links to an external site.
Nicaragua: Chronicle of an Election Foretold (Nov. 2021)Links to an external site.
Nicaragua’s Elections Are a Referendum on Social Investment Policies (Nov. 2021)Links to an external site.
Nicaraguan Government Outlaws Feminist Groups Serving Vulnerable People (June 2022)Links to an external site.
Ortega’s Developmentalism Is Based on the “Popular Economy”—But What Does that Mean? (Dec. 2021)Links to an external site.
Ortega’s World, the Flesh and the Gold (Dec. 2021)Links to an external site.
Oscar René Vargas is Nicaragua’s Latest Prisoner of Conscience (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
Political Prisoners to Ortega’s Narrative (May 2022)Links to an external site.
Sanctions May Impoverish Nicaraguans, but Likely Will Not Change their Vote (Aug. 2021)
The Latin American Left Turns Its Back on Dictatorship (Apr. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Why Did Daniel Ortega Imprison His Former Comrades? (June 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Panama:
A Perilous Journey Along the Darién Gap (Oct. 2021)Links to an external site.
After Landmark Territorial Win, Naso People of Panama Look to the Future (Feb. 2021)
Confronting a Century of Global Change in Rural Panama (Book Review) (March 2022)
Panama Protests: A Model for Pushing Back Extractive Capitalism (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
Panama’s Massive Environmental Awakening (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
South America
Argentina:
After Nearly 100 Years, Argentina Acknowledges State Massacre of Indigenous Communities (July 2022)
Argentina 1985: The Revival of Democracy (Film Review) (May 2023)Links to an external site.
Argentina 20 Years After La Crisis del 2001 (Apr. 2022)
Argentina and Ecuador: A Journey to the Center (Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Argentina Stalls the Extreme Right (For Now) (Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Center Parties Flounder, Radical Alternatives Rise in Argentina’s Midterms (Nov. 2021)
Chainsaw Government: What to Expect from Argentina’s Javier Milei (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Cooking Revolutions in the Community Pot (Feb. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Dead Girls (Book Review) (June 2021)
Disobedient Histories: Descendants of Perpetrators in Argentina Join the Human Rights Movement (Apr. 2022)
Feminist Politicization Slows Far Right Momentum in Argentina (Nov. 2023)
Hurricane Milei (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
Indigenous Protesters Campaign to Make “Chineo” A Hate Crime in Argentina (Jan. 2023)
International Feminist Strike in Argentina (Mar. 2023)
Jujuy Stands Up Against Multinational Mining Companies and Anti-Democratic Reforms (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Keeping 2001 Open: Argentina’s Uprising 20 Years Later (Dec. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Lithium Mining in Argentina Threatens Local Communities (Jan. 2022)
The Falklands/Malvinas and Argentina’s Thatcherite Turn (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
The Hard Right Captivates the Argentine Electorate (Aug. 2023)
The Silences of Dispossession: Agrarian Change and Indigenous Politics in Argentina (Book Review) (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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The Union of Land Workers is Creating a New Food Paradigm in Argentina (Apr. 2021)
UK Must Engage with Argentina Over Future of Falkland Islands (Apr. 2022)
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Bolivia:
After Servitude: Elusive Property and the Ethics of Kinship in Bolivia (Book Review)(Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
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At General Assembly, OAS Role in Bolivia Coup Remains Major Concern (Nov. 2021)
Behind Bolivia’s Less Violent Cocaine Trade (July 2022)Links to an external site.
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Biden Bungles Bolivia (June 2022)
Bolivia’s MAS Party Careens Toward a Split (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Broadcasting from Bolivia, Aymara Voices Will Not Be Silenced (Jan. 2022)
Coup: A Story of Violence and Resistance in Bolivia (Book Review) (May 2022)
¿Estamos Saliendo Adelante? Assessing Bolivia’s Macroeconomic Stability (Mar. 2023)Links to an external site.
In Bolivia, Ex-President Áñez’s Trial Sparks Debate About Justice (Apr. 2022)
Landmark Settlement Holds Bolivian Ex-President Accountable for Human Rights Abuses (Oct. 2023) (Links to an external site.)
Mixed Results for the MAS in Bolivia Regional Elections (Mar. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Roots and Resistance: The Bartolina Sisa Women’s Movement in Bolivia (Oct. 2021)
Water For All: Community, Property, and Revolution in Modern Bolivia (Book Review) (Mar. 2023)Links to an external site.
What’s Next for Bolivia After Camacho’s Arrest? (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Will Bolivia Put Ex-President Áñez on Trial? (Oct. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Brazil:
A Century of Brazilian Documentary Film: From Nationalism to Protest (Book Review) (Oct. 2022)Links to an external site.
A Victory for Lula is a Victory for Brazilian Democracy (Oct. 2022)
And Yet He Loves Us (July 2023)
Brasília and Washington (Jan. 2023)
Brazil Promises Millions for Pro-Gun Content (July 2022)
Brazil’s First-Ever Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Launched Amid a State of Emergency (Feb. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Brazil’s October 2 Election Results Evoke Disappointment and Hope (Oct. 2022)
Brazilian Senate Recommends Charging Bolsonaro for Mismanagement of the Covid-19 Pandemic (Nov. 2021)
Brazilian Youth Fight to Decolonize Climate Justice (Mar. 2022)Links to an external site.
Communities in One of Brazil’s Driest Regions Adopt New Strategies in Fight Against Desertification (Sept. 2022)
COP28: Increase in Oil Production in Brazil May Nullify Gains from Zero Deforestation (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Covid-19 Vaccine Scandal Could Be the Final Straw for Bolsonaro Supporters (Aug. 2021)
Distortion and Subversion: Punk Rock Music and the Protests for Free Public Transportation in Brazil (Book Review)(Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira’s Last Journey (June 2022)Links to an external site.
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Environmental Justice in the Age of Unnatural Disaster (Mar. 2022)
Fordlândia and Capitalism’s Fantasy in the Amazon (May 2021)
Global Race for Lithium Lands in Rural Brazil (Aug. 2023)
In Brazil, Agribusiness Lobby and Far-Right Politicians Sow Climate Disinformation (Oct. 2023)Links to an external site.
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(Links to an external site.)In Brazil, Disinformation Campaign Puts Democracy at Risk (Oct. 2022)
Indigenous Defenders in the Crosshairs (July 2023)Links to an external site.
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Jogo de Bicho: Brazil’s Popular but Illegal Lottery Game (May 2022)
Local Activism Helped Tighten Brazilian Presidential Race in New York (Nov. 2022)Links to an external site.
Lula lá? Progressive Victory, Underground Right (Oct. 2022)
Lula Won, but Bolsonarismo Still Looms Large (May 2023)Links to an external site.
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Madalena (Film Review) (May 2021)
Pathways from Deforestation to Restoration (July 2023)
Popular Organizing is the Only Way to Stop Bolsonarismo (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
Pro-Bolsonaro Groups Spread Lies About Election Polls (Oct. 2022)Links to an external site.
Progressive Evangelicals Reject the Bolsonarization of Churches (Oct. 2022)
Saving the Amazon to Save Democracy (July 2023)Links to an external site.
Selling Black Brazil: Race, Nation and Visual Culture in Salvador, Bahia (Book Review) (Aug. 2022)
Slave Labor Accusations Come Back to Haunt Volkswagen in Brazil (June 2023)Links to an external site.
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The Amazon Can’t Survive Another Bolsonaro Government (Oct. 2022)
The Amazon’s Forgotten Cities (July 2023)Links to an external site.
The Importance of Lula’s Presidency in an Increasingly Multipolar World (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
“The Major Challenge to Brazilian Democracy Today Is Bolsonarismo” (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
The Most Important Election in Brazil’s History (Oct. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Trump Allies Campaign Online for Bolsonaro and Spread Lies about Electoral Fraud (Oct. 2022)
Underground Activists in Brazil Fight for Women’s Reproductive Rights (Sept. 2021)
“We Must Remain Vigiliant” (July 2023)Links to an external site.
“We Still Have a Lot of Struggles Ahead”: A Conversation with Anielle Franco (Jan. 2022)
With Lula Back, the Political Fight in Brazil is Between Democracy and Authoritarianism (Mar. 2021)
Chile:
“A Heavy Past”: Filmmaker Patricio Guzmán Reflects on Chile’s 1973 Coup (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
A Memory for the Future (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
Australia’s Intelligence Organizations Helped Overthrow the Allende Government in 1973 (Oct. 2021)
Chile Rejects Far-Right Constitution (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
Links to an external site.Chile Still Wrestling With Demons 50 Years After the Coup (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
Chilean Campesinos Pursue Justice as Far Right Rises (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
Chileans March for Memory as Wounds Remain Open 50 Years After the Coup (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
Chile’s Coup d’État as a Refoundational Project (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
Chile’s New Constitutional Process Shifts to the Right (Feb. 2023)
Chile’s Identity Crisis: Mapuche Still Under Fire (May 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Doña Lucía Hiriart: First Lady of the Pinochet Dictatorship (Obituary) (Jan. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Electing Chile’s Constitutional Convention: “Nothing About Us Without Us” (May 2021)
Far Right Holds Chile Hostage (May 2023)Links to an external site.
How Public Opinion on Chile’s Draft Constitution Shifted From Approve to Reject in Four Days (Sept. 2022)Links to an external site.
In Chile, Boric’s Win Signals Victory for Social Movements and New Constitution (Dec. 2021)
“It’s Not 30 Pesos, It’s 30 Years” (Sept. 2023)
Letter From a Mapuche Woman to Her Palestinian Sisters (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Memory on Chile’s Frontlines (June 2021)
Navigating Apathy and Attacks in the Struggle for Migrant Rights in Chile (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
Negotating Autonomy: Mapuche Territorial Demands and Chilean Land Policy (Book Review) (July 2022)
Police Violence Marked the Second Anniversary of Chile’s 2019 Uprising (Oct. 2021)
Rejection of Chile’s Draft Constitution Serves a Blow to Progressive Government Agenda (Sept. 2022)
Remembering the Women Victims of the Pinochet Dictatorship in Chile (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Set Fear on Fire: Notes on Translation (Sept. 2023)
“Somos Sur”: Mapuche and Palestinian Chileans Stand in Solidarity with Gaza (Oct. 2023)
The Investigative Brigade: Hunting Human Rights Criminals in Post Pinochet Chile (Book Review) (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
The Moment of Truth for Chile’s New Constitution (July 2022)
The Old is Dying and the New Cannot Be Born (Dec. 2022)
Transforming Chile from the Ground Up (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
Untangling Elite Opposition to Indigenous Rights in Chile (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
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What Does Chile’s New Left Want? (May 2021)
Why Did Chileans Reject the Draft Constitution? (Sept. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Women Win Decades-Long Clean Air Battle in Chile’s Own “Chernobyl” (July 2022)Links to an external site.
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Colombia:
A New Colombia: The Rise of the Left (June 2022)
Affected Communities Are Skeptical About the Prospects of ELN Peace Talks in Colombia (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Afro-Colombians Protest Violence and Government Neglect in Buenaventura (Mar. 2021)
Anti-Abortion Organizing in Colombia (Jan. 2023)Links to an external site.
As Colombia Resumes Negotiations with the ELN, the Path Towards Peace Lies through Venezuela (Dec. 2022)Links to an external site.
Campaigning for a More Dignified Colombia (Mar. 2022)Links to an external site.
Colombia Elections: The End of Uribismo? (May 2022)Links to an external site.
Colombia Joins the Green Wave (Feb. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
Colombia on Cusp of Decriminalizing Abortion (Nov. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Colombia Protests Spur Local Community Organizing (Aug. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Colombia Rises Up (May 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Colombian Election Offers a Historic Opportunity to Protect Land Rights Defenders (May 2022)
Colombian Indigenous Communities Fight to Reclaim Land from Irish Packaging Giant (June 2023)Links to an external site.
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Colombian Uprising Takes Aim at Inequality (May 2021)
Drug Policy and Pathways to Peace in Colombia (July 2023) (Links to an external site.)
Evangelical Churches Against Colombian National Strikes (Sept. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Facing Political Persecution, Colombian Protestors Need International Support (Sept. 2021)
Football and Nation Building in Colombia (Book Review) (Aug. 2022)
Gustavo Petro Holds Firm on Palestine (Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
How Diaspora Voters Rallied to Support Colombia’s Francia Márquez (June 2022)
In Bogotá, Former FARC Combatants Hope Craft Beer Can Keep the Dream of Peace Alive (Dec. 2022)
Indigenous Activists’ Cautious Optimism and Unwavering Demands for Colombia (Apr. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Indigenous Community Confronts a Colombian Paper Giant (May 2022)Links to an external site.
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Indigenous Groups Occupy Bogotá Park in Protest (Mar. 2022)
Is Colombia One Step Away from a Fracking Ban? (Feb. 2023)
Living Without Fear: Francia Márquez and Black Feminist Politics in Colombia (Apr. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Marijuana Boom: The Rise and Fall of Colombia’s First Drug Paradise (Book Review) (Jan. 2021)
Meet the Ex-Rebel Women Searching for Peace in Colombia (June 2022)Links to an external site.
Money Heist or Guerrilla Heist? (June 2021)
Petro’s Government One Year In (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
Petro’s “Total Peace” in Colombia: Essential, But Not Easy (Aug. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Progressive Politics Makes Gains in Colombia’s Conservative Antioquia (Mar. 2022)
Retrospective (Book Review)Links to an external site.
Rising Tension as Colombians Head to Polls Sunday (May 2022)Links to an external site.
Sexual Violence: A Weapon to Silence Women Protesting in Colombia (May 2021)
The Colombian State Misrepresents Its Enemy (May 2021)
The Dirty War for Oil in Colombia (Aug. 2022)Links to an external site.
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The Frontier Effect (Book Review) (May 2021)
The Kings of the World (Book Review)(Jan. 2023)
The Pursuit of Memory and Justice in Bojayá (May 2023) (Links to an external site.)
“They Give Us Work but They Abuse Us” (June 2022)Links to an external site.
Under Petro, Hope for Rural Reform in Colombia (Aug. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Victims of Colombian Conflict Seek Resolution Through Transitional Justice (Jan. 2021)
What Will Happen to Cesar, Colombia When the Mines Leave? (Apr. 2021)
Women Organize Against the “Double Punishment” of Colombian Prisons (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
Ecuador:
“A Movement Is Built by Many” (Nov. 2023)Links to an external site.
Ecuador Headed for Early Elections After President Dissolves Legislature (May 2023)
Ecuador Heads to Presidential Runoff with Opposing Visions on the Ballot (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
Ecuador on the Brink (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
Ecuador Votes to Keep Yasuní Oil in the Ground in Historic Referendum (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Ecuador’s Divided Electoral Landscape (June 2023) (Links to an external site.)
El Aromo Solar Project Sets Precedent for Renewable Energy in Ecuador (Jan. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
For Colombians in Ecuador, Displacement is Ongoing, and Refuge is Elusive (June 2022)
“For Us, Extractivism is Lethal” (June 2023)Links to an external site.
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How the Right Returned to Power in Ecuador (Apr. 2021)
In Ecuador, Indigenous-led National Strike Intensifies (June 2022)
Lawyer Who Battled Chevron Over Amazon Oil Spills Found Guilty of Contempt (Aug. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Movement Against Mining Gains Ground in Ecuador (Apr. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Orphanhoods in the Ecuadorian Andes (Dec. 2020)
Pachamama Politics: Campesino Water Defenders and the Anti-Mining Movement in Ecuador (Book Review) (July 2022)
Policing and Disinformation Gone Awry in Ecuador (Sept. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Post Protest, Government in Ecuador Strikes out Against Indigenous Leaders (Aug. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Reality of Dreams: Post-Neoliberal Utopias in the Ecuadorian Amazon (Apr. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Territories of Extreme Violence in Ecuador’s War on Drugs (Mar. 2022)
The Victory of Businessman Daniel Noboa in Ecuador (Oct. 2023)Links to an external site.
Transgressive Notes from Ecuador’s Prisons (May 2023)Links to an external site.
Two Different Visions of the Left Divide Ecuador in the 2021 Presidential Election (Feb. 2021)
Water Defenders in Ecuador Win Key Anti-Mining Victory (Sept. 2023)
“We Don’t Choose to Be Land Defenders, We Are Born Land Defenders” (Dec. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Will Correísmo Succeed in Surfing the Second Progressive Wave? (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
Guyana:
In Guyana, Colonial Regimes Power the New Oil Frontier (Sept. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Paraguay:
Despite Conservative Victory, Paraguay’s Presidential Elections Signal Growing Discontent (May 2023)
Disrupting the Patrón: Indigenous Land Rights and the Fight for Environmental Justice in Paraguay’s Chaco (Book Review) (July 2023) (Links to an external site.)
Protesters in Paraguay Question Pandemic Response and One-Party Rule (Mar. 2021)
The Colorado Party Strengthens Its Power in Paraguay (Oct. 2021)
The Paraguay-Paraná Waterway Controversy and the Costs of Unilateralism (Oct. 2023)Links to an external site.
Transnational Guarani Land Defense and Solidarity (Mar. 2023)Links to an external site.
Two Different Visions of the Left Divide Ecuador in the 2021 Presidential Election (Feb. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Peru:
Gahela Cari: “In Peru, People are Questioning the System” (Feb. 2021)
Gastropolitics and the Specter of Race: Stories of Capital, Culture and Coloniality in Peru (Book Review) (June 2022)Links to an external site.
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José de Echave on the Future of the Left in Peru (July 2021) (Links to an external site.)
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Libel Conviction in Peru: A ‘Dagger’ for Investigative Journalism (Jan. 2022)
Peru: Infinite Protest and Indolent Elites (Mar. 2023)Links to an external site.
Peru: The Broken Dream of Transformative Government? (Apr. 2022)
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Peru: The Country of Failed Transitions (Jan. 2023)
Peru’s Escalating Crisis (Dec. 2022)
Peru’s Media Faces a Crisis Within a Crisis (Apr. 2023)
Quechua Sports Journalist Takes Language Revitalization to New Spaces (Apr. 2022)Links to an external site.
Recent Paro in Cusco is Latest Expression of Political Agency in Peru (July 2022)Links to an external site.
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Remembering María Elena Moyano: 30 Years Later (Feb. 2022)
Rising Food Insecurity in the Andes (Sept. 2022)
Rural Communities and the Making of Modern Peru (Book Review) (Apr. 2023)Links to an external site.
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Rural Teacher Pedro Castillo Poised to Write a New Chapter in Peru’s History (June 2021)
Walking Alongside an Andean Radical in Times of Revolt in Peru (Aug. 2023)Links to an external site.
Who is Peru’s Frontrunner Pedro Castillo? (Apr. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Suriname:
Saamaka Maroon Communities Face Continued Land Threats in Suriname (Nov. 2022)Links to an external site.
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Uruguay:
In Uruguay, Struggle for Memory and Accountability Continues, 50 Years On (June 2023)Links to an external site.
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Of Light and Struggle: Social Justice, Human Rights, and Accountability in Uruguay (Book Review)(June 2023)Links to an external site.
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Venezuela: (Links to an external site.)
Children of Las Brisas (Book Review) (Nov. 2022)Links to an external site.
For Venezuelans in Colombia, the Long Path to Legal Residency (Feb. 2022) (Links to an external site.)
“I Left Venezuela to Defend the Constitution”: An Interview with Luisa Ortega Díaz (Feb. 2022)
Is Venezuela “Fixed”? Despite Recovery, Sanctions Leave Lasting Impact (July 2022)
Maduro’s Brown New Deal for Venezuela (Feb. 2021)
María Corina Machado’s Triumph: An Opposition Shipwreck? (Oct. 2023) (Links to an external site.)
Republicans Left a Minefield in Venezuela (Mar. 2021)
The Many Faces of Chavismo (Mar. 2022)
Trans Presidential Hopeful Envisions a Venezuela Where Everyone Fits (June 2023)Links to an external site.
Toward An Assessment of Venezuela’s Regional Elections (Nov. 2021)
Venezuela and the U.S. Left at a Crossroads (Sept. 2021)
Venezuela’s Opposition Shifts Strategy Ahead of Mega-elections (Nov. 2021)
Venezuelan Gold Lawsuit Threatens Dangerous Precedent (Aug. 2021) (Links to an external site.)
Why the Opposition Win in Barinas, Venezuela Matters (Jan. 2022)

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