Category: Latin America

Polarization and Crisis in Peru

Castillo’s victory marks the beginning of a new and still unpredictable period, in which the struggle between change and continuity will undoubtedly play an important role.

Socialists Should Not Support AMLO

This Sunday, midterm elections are taking place in Mexico. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, better known as AMLO, has been governing the country for three years. Despite his progressive image, he was a close ally of Trump. Certain socialists are nonetheless supporting AMLO.

Workers Call for New Mobilizations in Colombia

The Duque administration and the National Committee of Paro have established a dialogue roundtable to create a solution to the conflict, but no agreement has yet been reached. The Colombian streets show that the key is popular mobilization.

Trotskyist Legislators in Argentina Under Attack for Defending Palestine

Last Wednesday, representatives of the Workers Left Front — Unity (FIT-U) in Argentina spoke out against the Israeli attack on Gaza. As a result, right-wing forces are attempting to defame them as “Nazis and antisemites.” A broad petition rejects this reactionary campaign.

The Struggle Continues in Colombia

Colombia’s wave of protests continues unabated. This is a first hand account from a comrade living in Colombia.

Polarization and Crisis in Peru

Castillo’s victory marks the beginning of a new and still unpredictable period, in which the struggle between change and continuity will undoubtedly play an important role.

Socialists Should Not Support AMLO

This Sunday, midterm elections are taking place in Mexico. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, better known as AMLO, has been governing the country for three years. Despite his progressive image, he was a close ally of Trump. Certain socialists are nonetheless supporting AMLO.

Workers Call for New Mobilizations in Colombia

The Duque administration and the National Committee of Paro have established a dialogue roundtable to create a solution to the conflict, but no agreement has yet been reached. The Colombian streets show that the key is popular mobilization.

Trotskyist Legislators in Argentina Under Attack for Defending Palestine

Last Wednesday, representatives of the Workers Left Front — Unity (FIT-U) in Argentina spoke out against the Israeli attack on Gaza. As a result, right-wing forces are attempting to defame them as “Nazis and antisemites.” A broad petition rejects this reactionary campaign.

The Struggle Continues in Colombia

Colombia’s wave of protests continues unabated. This is a first hand account from a comrade living in Colombia.