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Facundo Escobar

Facundo Escobar is an argentinian anthropologist, journalist, researcher and  International Relations and Political History Professor at National University of La Plata (UNLP), Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Factual powers in Latin America

Factual powers in Latin America

Accumulation, depredation and construction of society
Eternal debt in Latin America

Eternal debt in Latin America

Debt, domestic macroeconomic mismanagement, currency crises, commodity price shocks, fear of credit rating downgrades and pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have led countries in the South into distress.
Latin America and the Caribbean: rising post-pandemic migration pressure

Latin America and the Caribbean: rising post-pandemic migration pressure

Besides of Latin Americans, a growing number of Asians are also heading towards the US.
Another crucial moment for Argentina

Another crucial moment for Argentina

Amid an economic crisis, the governing coalition faces tough choices and a hard time in the November elections.
CELAC vs OEA

CELAC vs OEA

Is a new revolutionary wave in the Americas possible?
Sandinist Nicaragua

Sandinist Nicaragua

A conundrum for North American imperialism
At the gates of a new Peru

At the gates of a new Peru

On the recent elections in the country.
Intervention and resistance in Haiti

Intervention and resistance in Haiti

The background of current political crisis and popular uprising.
A post-neoliberal Chile?

A post-neoliberal Chile?

With a conflictive political landscape, Chile may be heading towards the recovery of a revolutionary experience.
Colombia is exploding

Colombia is exploding

On the roots of the crisis in Colombia and the ongoing insurgency.
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