Martín Mosquera is a graduate in philosophy, a professor at the University of Buenos Aires, a member of the editorial board of Revista Intersecciones, and a militant of Democracia Socialista in Argentina. Originally published […]
Claudio Katz: Who’s who in Latin America’s upheaval
By Claudio Katz November 23, 2019 Latin America is experiencing an abrupt change generated by enormous confrontations between the dispossessed and the privileged. This confrontation includes both revolts by the people andreactions by […]
Hating Indians in Bolivia.
Hating Indians in Bolivia. By Álvaro García Linera, vice president of Bolivia. Translated and published with permission from the Centro Estratégico Latinoamericano de Geopolítica (CELAG). Like a thick, night fog, hatred rages […]
Latin American left unites against the coup in Bolivia
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 […]
Martín Mosquera: Will Evo’s resignation lead to Pinochet or resistance?
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 […]
“Rifles, machine guns, El Alto will not fall!” Dual Power in Bolivia?
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 cut indigenous symbol off uniforms
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, […]
MAS statement on coup in Bolivia
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 […]