After promises of freedom for political prisoners in Mexico, hundreds remains imprisoned and releases are happening at a snail's pace.
A new trade has come into existence in Mexico: that of the bone searchers, who dig for human remains of the disappeared in exchange for a paycheque.
In Bolivia today, no one without a weapon seems to have the right to speak.
The Bolivian government cries “coup,” but time and again repressed against organized popular sectors.
A safe supply of drugs is not something that we need to have a revolution and demolish capitalism for. It is something we can do on the way to that.
In his new book, Todd Miller focuses on the growing impact of climate change on global displacement and migration.