Bolivia’s socialist government confronts separatist, racist uprising / by W. T. Whitney Jr.

A banner reads ‘2023 census now!’ at a blockade on a Santa Cruz street. | via Twitter With the exception of a coup-government interregnum in 2019-2021, the Movement Toward Socialism political party (MAS) has headed Bolivia’s government since the beginning of Evo Morales’s presidency in 2006. The MAS government now led by President Luis ArceContinue reading “Bolivia’s socialist government confronts separatist, racist uprising / by W. T. Whitney Jr.”

Our America. Che’s last fight in Bolivia / by Pedro Rioseco

Photo: Francis Fernández Originally published in Granma on October 7, 2022 “The decision (…) to assassinate Che, the Peruvian Juan Pablo Chang and the Bolivians Simeón Cubas and Aniceto Reinaga was adopted in Washington and imposed on (President) General René Barrientos” In the narrow Quebrada del Yuro you can still feel the smell of gunpowder. There,Continue reading “Our America. Che’s last fight in Bolivia / by Pedro Rioseco”