Category: South America

Tanya Wadhwa: Ecuadorians continue to resist as national strike enters second week

Defying the state of emergency, enduring brutal police and military repression, hundreds of thousands of Ecuadorians continue to remain on the streets against neoliberalism

Jon Lee Anderson: Can Chile’s Young President Reimagine the Latin American Left?

Gabriel Boric promises sweeping social change. In a nation of duelling political extremes, he’ll need to sell his vision not just to his opponents but also to his allies

Andrew Fishman: Lula Leads, but Bolsonaro Could Still Win Reelection in Brazil

Brazil’s presidential election in October will be a dramatic referendum on the country’s future

Javier Pineda Olcay: Chile’s New Constitution Takes Shape

The document lays the foundation for a participatory, plurinational, and feminist democracy

Pablo Abufom: An End to Neoliberalism?

How Chile Drafted New Constitution to Rewrite Pinochet-Era Laws

Rogelio Mayta: Why ‘Bolivia is the Center of the World’ for People’s Movements

In Bolivia, since the beginning of this century, we have battled some of the most important and decisive questions for the future of the human race

Cecilia Capanna: Chile today: a laboratory to revive democracy

Interview with Giorgio Boccardo, Undersecretary of Labor

Jake Johnson: Lula Launches Campaign To Unseat Bolsonaro

“Brazil will have the opportunity to decide which country it will be for the next few years, and for generations to come”

Craig Murray: Donziger: A Tale For Our Times 79

We are all, in a sense, the prisoners of corporations which dictate the terms on which we live

Rebecca Tarlau: How movements can maintain radical vision while winning practical reforms

Forty years of struggle by Brazil’s landless workers movement offers lessons on engaging the system without being co-opted

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