Human Rights

An Open Letter to the United States: Stop Interfering in Venezuela’s International Politics

Escrito por  |  25 / January / 2019

If the Trump administration and its allies continue to pursue their reckless course in Venezuela, the most likely result will be bloodshed, chaos, and instability.

The Organization of American States Shouldn’t Be Run by Regime Change Zealots

Escrito por  |  23 / January / 2019

Luis Almagro, Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), recently announced his bid for another 5-year term at the helm of the world’s oldest and most influential regional organization. His re-election would be a major setback for good governance in the region. Hemisphere’s chief regional organization has been hobbled by pro-Trump leadership.

AMLO’s Inauguration and the Future of Mexico

Escrito por  |  4 / December / 2018

Andrés Manuel López Obrador was inaugurated Saturday, in a ceremony unlike any other seen in Mexico. What’s next for the new president?

The Extreme Right in Brazil and Lessons for Renewing the Left in Latin America

Escrito por  |  20 / November / 2018

The victory of the extreme right candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, in Brazil’s presidential elections and the fall of the Workers Party are having a profound impact on the rest of the countries of Latin America. These dramatic events require close analysis on the left to learn from what happened and avoid being shut out as an option for change, and to prevent further victories of the ultra-right.

A Global Movement of Mothers of the Disappeared

Escrito por  |  13 / November / 2018

This year the Caravan of Central American Mothers arrived in Mexico City to participate in the first World Summit of Mothers of the Disappeared with mothers, other relatives of the missing and allies from Mexico, Algeria, Tunisia, Senegal, Morocco, Mauritania, Spain, Italy and the United States to compare notes and gain a deeper understanding of the problem, across borders.

The Man Who Hopes to Block the Ultra-Right in Brazil

Escrito por  |  19 / October / 2018

After a major defeat in the first round, the Brazilian Workers’ Party and progressives are pinning their waning hopes on a second-round miracle for candidate Fernando Haddad.

Fifty years since the massacre of Tlatelolco

Escrito por  |  4 / October / 2018

Fifty years since the attack that marked contemporary Mexican history, the demands of 1968 are still valid and the Mexican State has not yet clarified what happened this day.