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Capitalism rotten to the cor(p)

Pushback from strong social movements have recovered democracy for the people of Bolivia and Chile

Rubber bullets well past their sell-by date

Police must distinguish between those acting violently and other protesters when using force

Noise or signal? Social media’s role in Bolivia’s coup

Narratives spread on social networking sites were used to justify military intervention in democratic processes

From Zimbabwe to Bolivia: What makes a military coup?

When the military intervened against Mugabe in Zimbabwe in 2017, it wasn't widely called a coup. New research shows that's exactly what it was

Find pathways beyond mass protests

Protests convulse global politics, but it’s what happens when they die down that can make a real difference

Bolivia’s Morales resigns after losing backing of security forces

As chanting Bolivians kept up demonstrations in the street, the 60-year-old called new elections, but this was not enough to calm the uproar

How the world is reacting to Venezuela ‘coup bid

The world is giving its reaction to the attempted coup in Venezuela

Austria’s president denies searching Morales’s plane for Snowden

Austrian officials did not search Bolivia's presidential jet for Edward Snowden, says Austria's President Heinz Fischer.

Bolivia threatens to close US embassy

Latin American leaders have blasted the US for rerouting the Bolivian president's plane under suspicion that Edward Snowden was aboard.

Bolivians condemn US ‘act of aggression’ after Snowden search

The decision to search the plane of President Evo Morales was an act of aggression and a violation of international law, Bolivia has said.

Snowden affair diverts Bolivia president’s plane

Bolivia's president's plane was diverted on a flight from Russia and forced to land in Austria over suspicions that Edward Snowden might be on board.

US seems determined to begin an apocalypse

From the Cuban missile crisis to a fossil fuels frenzy, the powerhouse appears to be intent on winning the race to disaster.

Argentina’s Fernandez sworn in for ‘rocky’ second term

Cristina Fernandez (Kirchner) begins a second four-year term as Argentina's President with the country's economy shadowed by the financial crisis.

Bolivia to pass radical ecolaws

Bolivia is set to pass the world's first laws granting nature equal rights with humans.

‘A car crash of a summit is in no one’s interest’

Almost 200 nations sought to break a deadlock between rich and poor on steps to fight global warming.

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