Chile’s Communist Party, which is part of Boric’s government, is under vociferous attack from the right-wing press because it is increasingly popular. Taroa Zúñiga Silva is a writing fellow and the Spanish media coordinator for Globetrotter. […]
In a referendum, Ecuador has voted to keep oil located in the Amazon in the ground, a rare and significant win for climate action. Read the article HERE.
‘A dozen rainforest countries formed a pact on Wednesday at a summit in Brazil to demand developed countries pay to help poorer nations combat climate change and preserve biodiversity.’ In Yahoo News. Read the article […]
Scholz was in Latin America last week looking to strike lithium deals, but governments in the ‘lithium triangle’ may be less willing to give it up than they were in the past. Cross-posted from Other […]
Some of the fundamentals about the storming of the Brazilian Congress by the far-right on 8 January explained. Cross-posted from The Conversation UK Who was behind the storming of the Brazilian Congress? What we saw […]
Brazil’s 2 October election will have ramifications across the globe This article was produced by Globetrotter Former Brazilian President Luíz Inácio Lula da Silva (known as Lula) runs about on stage at the Latin America […]