Source: NACLA Report on the Americas The strategy of “defeating” the political right by incorporating elite sectors into Bolivia’s ruling MAS party will be put to the test in Evo Morales’s third term. Evo Morales […]
In Brazil water and electricity go together, and two years of scant rainfall have left tens of millions of people on the verge of water and power rationing, boosting arguments for the need to fight deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.
Iñigo Erregón, Spanish intellectual of the new party Podemos, took Laclau as reference in his thesis of 650 pages that deals with the arrival to power of Evo Morales and the Movement towards Socialism (MAS) in Bolivia.
Source: Jacobin Our people are winning here,” read a message Pablo Iglesias sent to Íñigo Errejón in early December 2005. Iglesias was in Bolivia watching the presidential election unfold from up close. A Spanish political […]
Source: Foreign Policy In Focus A new regional policy, coupled with the deplorable US border policy, is an attack on both child welfare and human rights When the crisis of unaccompanied minors migrating to the […]
Source: Latinamerican Press The Ecuadorian government has decided to confront the social organizations opposed to its political project by taking the organizations’ leaders to court to imprison them or restrain them with indefinite trials in […]