Editor’s Note: The interview below offers a feminist, anti-colonial perspective on the coup in Bolivia. Conducted by Claudia Korol, an Argentine feminist writer, the Q&A that follows presents the analysis of Bolivian […]
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The coup in Bolivia: The military has the last word EsquerdaOnline, Brazil Editor’s note: while many left-wing and socialist parties in Latin American have maintained critical evaluations of Evo Morales’ policies in […]
Sarah Hines. Criticizing Evo wasn’t wrong, but will the racist, misogynist, Bible-thumping right unite the people?
Dear all, please take what follows as an effort to figure out how to understand what is happening in Bolivia. I by no means think that I have it all figured out […]
Jaime Pastor is a political scientist and editor of Viento Sur. Jaime Pastor On Tuesday afternoon, we received unexpected news about a potential deal, a pre-agreement, between Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) […]
Jaime Pastor is a political scientist and editor of Viento Sur. In a context of a surging far right alongside the consolidation of political forces determined to defend the pluri-national Spanish state, […]
Statement by initiators of November 10, 2019 March Against Islamophobia in Paris The initiators of the November 10, 2019 March Against Islamophobia are overjoyed by the mobilization’s huge success. Tens of thousands […]
Martín Mosquera, an activist with Democracia Socialista and an instructor at the University of Buenos Aires, writes on the coup in Bolivia. Nov. 11, 2019 The coup d’état against Bolivian president Evo […]
As the coup leaders attempt to consolidate power in Bolivia, the 1,000,000-strong, indigenous-majority city of El Alto neighboring the capital La Paz shows signs of resistance. Martín Cúneo, a reporter with El […]
Bolivian police film themselves cutting the constitutionally approved Wiphala indigenous symbol off their uniforms. They are more or less chanting, “We’re the police, we don’t take no shit.” *photo credit, Hernan Andia, […]
Statement by the Political Committee of the Movimiento Al Socialismo (Movement for Socialism) of Bolivia* Resist today to fight again tomorrow Today, November 10, Bolivia’s humble citizens, its workers, the Aymara and […]