Category: Ecuador

Joe Emersberger: What should all progressive politicians learn from Rafael Correa about battling hostile media?

The power of the media should be neither underestimated nor exaggerated

Guillaume Long: In Defense of Rafael Correa

Ecuador’s minister of culture defends the social and political record of the Correa government

Joe Emersberger: Toxic Waste Dumped on poorest Ecuadorians for 26 years but Chevron has yet to pay

Imagine a vigilante group somehow dumping sixteen billion gallons of oil all over the neighborhoods where Chevron executives live…

Jeffrey R. Webber: Ecuador’s Impasse

Left and indigenous forces in Ecuador are attempting to create an alternative to both Rafael Correa and the Right

Joe Emersberger: The Economist Scrapes the Bottom of the Barrel to Attack Rafael Correa

Correa’s government is already one of most successful in Ecuador’s history because it has rejected the neoliberal dogmas promoted by the Economist

Karla Peña: The Struggle for Land Reforms and Food Sovereignty in Ecuador

Over 6,000 individuals and 500 organizations have participated in consultas on the land law with Ecuador’s government

Alejandra Santillana Ortíz: Cracks in Correísmo?

Protests are growing in Ecuador, where radicals must contend with both the Right and Rafael Correa

Carmelo Ruiz: The Case of Ecuador: Where Sovereignty is Serious Business

Here in the South, our sovereignty is under constant threat and protecting it requires our never ending vigilance

Joe Emersberger: Ecuador’s Inevitable Right Wing Protests

Strong economic indicators, and Rafael Correa’s landslide re-election in 2013, has not deterred Ecuador’s elite from aping the tactics the Venezuelan right

Andre Vltchek: Ecuador Fights for Survival – Against its Elites

Lately, in Ecuador, right-wing ‘elites’ are continuously protesting against the administration, accusing it of corruption and other ills

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