Category: South America

David Adler: Ecuador’s election is a test of our solidarity

The Progressive International observation delegation returns to Ecuador to observe the most important elections in a generation

Keith Danner: Glenn Greenwald Took on the Authoritarian Right in Brazil — and Won

Review of Securing Democracy: My Fight for Press Freedom and Justice in Bolsonaro’s Brazil by Glenn Greenwald

Celso Amorim: On Bolsonaro, Lula & Why Biden’s Foreign Policy Is So “Disappointing”

“As he becomes smaller in terms of support … he becomes more dangerous.”

Miguel Nicolelis: Brazil in Crisis

COVID Deaths Soar & Hospitals Overflow Amid Unprecedented Political Upheaval

Brett Wilkins: ‘Major Political Crisis’ in Brazil

‘Military Chiefs Quit Amid Bolsonaro Purge of Top Ministers

Vijay Prashad: Despite US dirty tricks, Bolivia is finding a way to stay independent

The arrest of Jeanine Áñez, head of Bolivia’s erstwhile coup regime, is a vindication of the struggles of the Bolivian people

Lorena Barberia: Lula Returns as Covid Runs Wild in Brazil

Brazil’s president Bolsonaro continues to deny the Covid crisis, as Lula’s return to politics creates shockwaves from the favelas to Wall St.

Joe Emersberger: To Western Media, Prosecuting Bolivian Coup Leaders Is Worse Than Leading a Coup

Removing the threat of US -backed coups from the world will involve a constant struggle against Western media and the sources they present to us as reliable

Andre Pagliarini: How Lula Can Win Back Brazil

The mishandling of the pandemic has only strengthened the former president’s standing – and now he’s free to run again

Rafael R. Ioris: The Political Fight in Brazil is Between Democracy and Authoritarianism

Instead of idealizing a non-existent centrist alternative, those who still believe in democracy in Brazil should appreciate Lula’s return to the political arena

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