Analysis

Analysis

“Dispossession just began, and it’s going to last a long time”: Raúl Zibechi

The basis of autonomous communities is spirituality; it’s what lets us sustain ourselves for a long time in the struggle

Renewable Energy: Reconfiguring Dispossession in Latin America

Economic policies for the energy transition in Latin America continue to reproduce old patterns of dispossession

Colombia Has Lost its Fear: The Strike Lives

by Medios Libres Cali, originally in Spanish. First released in English by Crimethinc. Header photo by AP, all others by Medios Libres Cali. Update: Since the following text was written, President Ivan Duque of Colombia...

A chronicle of Evo Morales’ fall and the complexity of the rebellion in Bolivia

The civic-corporate-police alliance, showing a younger and more attractive face of the most rancid conservatism, is an obvious exercise in political marketing.

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Mining Company Uses Electoral Context to Extract Minerals in the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca

In Capulálpam de Méndez, Oaxaca, there are least seven mining concessions with active permits to exploit gold, silver, copper, and lead.

Chimalapas in Flames

By: Josefa Sánchez Contreras The tropical forest of the Chimalapas is burning. The election noise is drowning out the struggles of the communities fighting for...

Indigenous Zapotecs Denounce Militarization and Other Consequences of Line K of the Interoceanic Corridor

Despite protests and lawsuits against the Interoceanic Corridor, the megaproject considered to be of “national interest” is exempt from environmental impact studies