New Internationalist

Latin America

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From the fields of Brazil to the streets of Paris

Yesterday’s climate demonstrations in Paris were deeply personal for Rafaela Borges.

Filed in: Brazil Environment France

New anti-terrorism law threatens Brazil’s civil society

Human rights could be undermined, reports Melanie Hargreaves.

Filed in: Brazil Law Terrorism

Lessons from the past could help tackle today’s narcotics trade

Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.

Filed in: China Colombia Drugs Trade

Patricio Guzmán's search for the truth

Roxana Olivera meets the documentary filmmaker renowned for delving into Chile’s dark past.

Filed in: Chile Human Rights Media

Country profile: El Salvador

Louisa Reynolds on a country of great inequality still struggling with a legacy of civil war.

Filed in: El Salvador Politics Society

Low-intensity warfare, high-intensity death

Loretta van der Horst takes a look behind El Salvador’s new Iron Fist approach.

Filed in: El Salvador Violence

Bringing oil justice into the British Museum

Sunday, a Colombian survivor of kidnap and torture confronted one of the companies behind it. Jess Worth was there.

Filed in: Colombia United Kingdom

Noam Chomsky on the economic war on Latin America

Chris Spannos speaks with the acclaimed public intellectual about the shift in US policy toward Cuba and what it signals.

Filed in: Cuba Latin America

Peace needs truth, not punishment

Retribution will not heal old wounds in Colombia, warns Leonardo Goi

Filed in: Colombia

Staying alive

Visibility offers no protection for trans people in Brazil. Amanda Palha analyses the roots of violence and exclusion faced by her community – and its fight to stay alive.

Filed in: Brazil Gay Rights Human Rights Society

Southern Exposure: Daniel Patino Flor

The Ecuadorian photographer Daniel Patino captures a moment of relaxation on Santay Island.

Filed in: Ecuador Photography

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