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Peru’s independent media under attack

A blow for press freedom occurs just as the country prepares for a new ultra-right government, writes Stephanie Boyd.

Filed in: Latin America Peru

Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country

Increased political polarization has fueled the growth of the far right wing and repression of social movements, writes Sarah Roure.

Filed in: Brazil Latin America

The Panama Papers: a podcast special

The latest taxcast from the Tax Justice Network discusses the biggest offshore leak in history.

Filed in: Finance Panama

Peruvian elections: for the Right or the Right?

Despite the election upset, the opposition will not be silenced, writes Stephanie Boyd.

Filed in: Activism Peru Politics

Brazil and its democracy

The attempts to push the current President Dilma Rousseff out of power echo the country’s dark past, writes Bruno De Oliveira.

Filed in: Brazil

Country profile: Brazil

Jan Rocha on the challenges and paradoxes in one of the world’s most unequal countries.

Filed in: Brazil Politics Society

Calculating the environmental benefits of peace in Colombia

The costs of the 50-year conflict add up to ecocide. Doug Weir reports.

Filed in: Colombia Environment War and Peace

Peru’s merry-go-rounders

Peruvians head to polling stations across the Andean nation, Lucas Iberico Lozada reports.

Filed in: Peru

At the Coalface

Ten more years of UK coal burning will be a lifetime on the ground, writes Liam Barrington-Bush.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples Mining United Kingdom

The seeds of peace

Imprisoned Colombian indigenous leader Feliciano Valencia talks to New Internationalist.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples

Venezuela’s food revolution

The country has fought off big agribusiness and promoted agroecology, explains Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Agriculture Venezuela

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