John Pilger on Latin America: the attack on democracy
By John Pilger - 24 April 13:00

An unreported war is being waged by the US to restore power to the privileged.

Decency wins in Paraguay
By kenzieeliase410 - 21 April 12:38

Despite attempts to rig the vote in deeply corrupt Paraguay, the South American country has a new go

May it please Your Majesty
By kenzieeliase410 - 15 April 12:54

Hugh O'Shaughnessy writes an open letter to the Queen of the Netherlands about Curaçao ...

King Arthur comes home
By Celia Quartermain - 14 April 10:16

How a key Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood painting by Edward Burne-Jones ended up on a Caribbean island

Dangerous liaisons
By Alice O'Keeffe - 10 April 13:00

As Farc guerrillas drag Latin America to the brink of war, ratings for Colombia's ultra-right Álvaro

Reclaiming the streets
By Joanna Moorhead - 03 April 13:00

Joanna Moorhead is surprised to discover that polluted Mexico City has become a green pioneer

Britain's relations with Latin America
By kenzieeliase410 - 31 March 13:03

Hugh O'Shaughnessy gives his take on the visit of the leaders of Argentina and Chile to London and U

The show must go on
By Alice O'Keeffe - 27 March 12:00

It takes a formidable personality to organise a theatre festival during a civil war

Babies of the disappeared
By Chris Bradley - 27 March 12:00

Details of the fates of many children of Argentina's "disappeared" - adopted and given new identitie

Taking shelter
By Ben White - 19 March 12:00

The cities of Brazil have long been segregated by gross inequality. Now slum-dwellers are saying the

Venezuelan oil judgement
By kenzieeliase410 - 18 March 14:07

We hear from the Royal Courts of Justice and the unfreezing of £6bn of Venezuela's state oil firm's

A false economy?
By Daniel Stacey - 13 March 12:00

Daniel Stacey volunteers on a Costa Rican eco-plantation and gets to the dubious roots of the green

Community service
By Tristan Quinn - 13 March 0:00

<strong>Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles</strong>

Harriet Lamb <em>Rider Book

'Hands off our coca'
By kenzieeliase410 - 11 March 10:30

Calls to grub up every last coca bush in the Andes are not matched by calls to annihilate the vineya

Reggae revolution
By Justine Henzell - 06 March 12:00

Perry Henzell created Jamaica's first feature film against all the odds, writes his daughter.

Time for a change on asylum
By Katie Walker - 05 March 12:56

How thousands are detained in Britain without charge and the story of one person who chooses to visi

Bolivians choose the euro
By kenzieeliase410 - 04 March 11:04

Hugh O'Shaughnessy reports how poor Bolivians able to save for the first time ignore the dollar in f

Farewell then, Fidel. You used to matter to us
By Brian Cathcart - 28 February 12:00

So long in coming, the Cuban leader's departure did not even have the power to divide opinion here

Favela fabulous
By Alice O'Keeffe - 28 February 12:00

The dynamic cultural movement AfroReggae is restoring a sense of pride to communities torn apart by

The real lesson of Easter Island
By Ziauddin Sardar - 28 February 0:00

Ancient cultures provide societies responsible for devastating climate change with a contemporary me

Where next for the revolution?
By Stephanie Blankenburg - 22 February 11:08

Venezuela-based economics adviser Stephanie Blankenburg considers the future of the Cuban revolution

Spanglish surrealism
By Alice O'Keeffe - 21 February 12:00

<strong>The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao</strong>

Junot Díaz <em>Faber & Faber, 400pp, £12.99

Literary seduction
By Alyssa McDonald - 21 February 12:00

<strong>The Bad Girl</strong>

Mario Vargas Llosa <em>Faber & Faber, 352pp, £17.99 </em>

Taking on the rich
By kenzieeliase410 - 21 February 12:00

<strong>The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed Bishop Gerardi?</strong>

Francisco Goldman <em>At

So farewell, Castro
By Isabel Hilton - 21 February 12:00

As the Cuban leader steps down, Isabel Hilton assesses the legacy of the longest, most controversial

It's a serious business, carnival
By Alice O'Keeffe - 21 February 12:00

Eating at a local restaurant in Rio one evening, I felt the music from a passing street party cause

Made in Cuba
By Pablo Navarrete - 20 February 15:21

Cuba is already transforming and not towards a discredited neoliberal model - Fidel’s retirement is

Why Cuba is a beacon
By John McDonnell - 19 February 19:35

Some argue the revolution has not gone far enough in terms of a thoroughgoing democracy based but it

Show of strength

Hugo Chávez says he wants to bring peace to the warring factions in Colombia's cocaine wars but his

He's a celebrity - get him out of here
By Rachel Cooke - 31 January 12:00

The BBC's current affairs flagship hits a new low, thanks to a former pop star