Argentina’s looming economic crisis is the result of extreme neoliberal policy: as implemented by the military dictatorship, the IMF, and current president Mauricio Macri.
Nicolas Allen is a Jacobin contributing editor and the managing editor at Jacobin América Latina.
Cristina Kirchner just announced a surprise presidential ticket that has the potential to defeat Macri’s neoliberal government. But the victory she offers won’t be for the Left.
AMLO’s party MORENA is launching a mass popular education project. The aim: to empower every working person with the tools to transform Mexico from the bottom up.
Argentina’s mass movement for abortion rights has produced an insurgent, class-based feminism that intends to grow alongside the emancipation of the whole working class.
The rise of Bolsonaro in Brazil, Trump in the US, and the far right throughout Europe has the word “fascism” on everyone’s lips. But that rising Right is distinct from twentieth-century fascism in key ways.
José Carlos Mariátegui was Latin America’s most original Marxist. And his work is strikingly relevant for confronting the continent’s right-wing backlash today.
Feminists in Argentina have achieved an unprecedented breakthrough on abortion rights.
Chile’s reinvigorated left is ready to finally vanquish Pinochet’s legacy and reclaim democracy for the many.
Argentina’s recent legislative elections fortified an insurgent right eager to conquer the political landscape.
Two 1940s Disney features show how the film industry learned to sell American empire.
As Argentina’s right consolidates power, an activist’s disappearance at the hands of the police has unearthed memories of the dictatorship.