Bolivia

 

See also: Latin America, Venezuela

 

How the US War on Drugs Subverted Bolivian Democracy by Juan Ramón Quintana and Anton Flaig, Jacobin, 13 November 2021

Bolivian Government Says Haitian President's Assassins Were Part of a Plot to Kill Its Own Leftist Leader by Ryan Grim, The Intercept, 20 October 2021

Bolivia shows us what is possible by Ken Livingstone, ZNet, 18 October 2021

Evo Morales Denounces New U.S.-Led Operation Condor by Nan McCurdy and Nora McCurdy, ZNet, 22 July 2021

Bolivian Ex-Minister of Defense Plotted a Second Coup Using U.S. Mercenaries by Laurence Blair, Ryan Grim, The Intercept, 17 June 2021

Bringing Bolivia's Coup Leaders to Justice Is Essential for Protecting the Democratic Process by Denis Rogatyuk, Jacobin, 27 May 2021

espite U.S. dirty tricks, Bolivia is finding a way to stay independent by Vijay Prashad, MR Online, 30 March 2021

To Western Media, Prosecuting Bolivian Coup Leaders Is Worse Than Leading a Coup by Joe Emersberger, FAIR, 23 March 2021

A New Beginning for Bolivia by Nicole Fabricant and Gregory Wilpert, ZNet, 14 March 2021

Far-Right Bolivia Coup Leader Jeanine Añez Arrested on Terrorism, Sedition Charges by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 13 March 2021

Revealed: The UK supported the coup in Bolivia to gain access to its ‘white gold' by Matt Kennard, Declassified UK/Daily Maverick, 8 March 2021

From Trump to Bolivia and Back: A Tale of Two Coups by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 23 December 2020

We Are That History That Is Discredited, but Which Reappears When You Least Expect It by Vijay Prashad, MR Online, 30 October 2020

Ending Regime Change — in Bolivia and the World by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J.S. Davies, Antiwar.com, 29 October 2020

Bolivia Has Provided Us a Radical Vision of Hope by Nicole Fabricant, Jacobin, 24 October 2020

After Socialist Victory in Bolivia, Media Still Whitewash Coup by Bryce Greene, FAIR, 23 October 2020

Ballots defeated bullets, now what's next in Bolivia? by Ben Dangl, ROAR, 23 October 2020

'A Source of Inspiration' for Egalitarians Everywhere: Progressive International Celebrates Triumph of Democracy in Bolivia by Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams, 20 October 2020

Bolivia Shows Why Imperialists Work To Keep Populations Propagandized, CaitlinJohnstone.com, 20 October 2020

Bolivians Return Evo Morales's Party to Power One Year After a U.S.-Applauded Coup by Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept, 19 October 2020

Unelected Bolivian govt detains, doxxes, threatens international observers on eve of election by Ben Norton, The Grayzone, 16 October 2020

Silence Reigns on the US-Backed Coup Against Evo Morales in Bolivia by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 18 September 2020

Why U.S. political scientists are arguing that Evo Morales should be the President of Bolivia by Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi, MR Online, 29 August 2020

Bolivia mass mobilizations against U.S.-backed coup continue by Julia “Pachamama” Fernández, MR Online, 24 August 2020

Will there ever be elections again in Bolivia? by Vijay Prashad, Manuel Bertoldi, and Peoples Dispatch, MR Online, 18 August 2020

Bolivia's perfect storm: Pandemic, economic crisis, repressive coup regime by Fernando Molina, MR Online, 13 August 2020

“Bolivia's Coup President Will End up Fleeing the Palace in a Helicopter” by Anton Flaig / Denis Rogatyuk, Jacobin, 10 August 2020

While Bolivia's coup regime lets its citizens die, Cuba has nearly defeated Covid-19 by Ollie Vargas, The Grayzone, 2 August 2020

'Our Obligation Is to Defend Democracy': Bolivians Join Mass Marches Against Election Delay by Right-Wing Coup Government by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 30 July 2020

‘We will coup whoever we want': Elon Musk and the overthrow of democracy in Bolivia by Vijay Prashad and Alejandro Bejarano, MR Online, 28 July 2020

The U.S.-Supported Coup in Bolivia Continues to Produce Repression and Tyranny, While Revealing How U.S. Media Propaganda Works by Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept, 23 July 2020

Twitter targets accounts of MintPress and other outlets covering unrest in Bolivia by Alan MacLeod, MR Online, 3 July 2020

WaPo Prints Study That Found Paper Backed an Undemocratic Bolivia Coup by Joe Emersberger, FAIR, 5 March 2020

Study Debunks Claims That Led to Bolivian Coup by Eoin Higgins, Truthdig, 28 February 2020

Analysis of the 2019 Bolivia Election: No Evidence of Irregular Trends or Fraud by John Curiel – Jack R. Williams, CounterPunch, 28 February 2020

What Does the Future Hold for US-Bolivia Ties? by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 6 February 2020

Evo Morales’ potential successor speaks out after far-right Bolivia coup: Interview with union leader Andrónico Rodríguez by Wyatt Reed, The Grayzone, 28 December 2019 (video and transcript)

Bolivia’s free territory of Chapare has ousted the coup regime and is bracing for a bloody re-invasion by Ollie Vargas, The Grayzone, 24 December 2019

What ‘The New York Times’ Got Wrong on Bolivia by Greg Grandin, The Nation, 18 December 2019

Operation Condor 2.0: After Bolivia Coup, Trump Dubs Nicaragua ‘National Security Threat' & Targets Mexico by Ben Norton, Consortium News, 4 December 2019

Members of Argentine Delegation in Bolivia tell the horror they recorded (Coup Repression), MR Online, 3 December 2019

The OAS has to answer for its role in the Bolivian coup by , , Thea Lee, , Oscar Ugarteche, , and others, The Guardian, 2 December 2019

Bolivian Coup and Indian Wars on Thanksgiving by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 28/29 November 2019

Media Wonder: Why Can't Venezuela Be More Like Bolivia? by Joshua Cho, Common Dreams, 27 November 2019

With the right-wing coup in Bolivia nearly complete, the junta is hunting down the last remaining dissidents by Wyatt Reed, The Grayzone, 27 November 20195

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How the OAS, and the media's lack of scrutiny, caused a violent coup in Bolivia by Guillaume Long, openDemocracy, 25 November 2019

Now the Interim of US Self-Deception Over Bolivia by Patrick Lawrence, Consortium News, 25 November 2019

Evidence Talks: US Government Propelled Coup in Bolivia by W.T. Whitney Jr., Global Research, 25 November 2019

'Nothing But Disdain for Democracy': Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, and Pressley Join Letter Condemning Trump for Fueling Crisis in Bolivia by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 23 November 2019

Silencing the Beast of Bolivian Populism by Jason Hirthler, CounterPunch, 22 November 2019

China-Bolivia - A Lithium Deal, No More? by Peter Koenig, Information Clearing House, 21 November 2019

The OAS Lied to the Public About the Bolivian Election and Coup by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 19 November 2019

'Pinochet-Style Dictatorship': Bolivia's Coup Government Threatens to Arrest Leftist Lawmakers and Journalists by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 18 November 2019

OAS involvement in Bolivia precipitated the coup by Kevin Cashman, MR Online, 16 November 2019

Western Media Whitewash Bolivia’s Far-Right Coup by Lucas Koerner and Ricardo Vaz, FAIR, 15 November 2019

Bolivia’s New Puppet Regime Wastes No Time Aligning With US Foreign Policy by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium, 16 November 2019

When an Elected Government Falls in South America, as in Bolivia, Look For a US Role by Dave Lindorff, CounterPunch, 15 November 2019

CN Live! Episode 18: Impeachment, Assange, Brazil and Bolivia, Consortium News, 15 November 2019

CN Live! Episode 18: Impeachment, Assange, Brazil and Bolivia, Consortium News, 15 November 2019

Morales: Bolivia Suffers an Assault on the Power of the People. Self Appointed “President Jeanine Añez by Nino Pagliccia, Global Research, 15 November 2019

Oppose the Military Coup in Bolivia. Spare Us Your “Critiques” by Joe Emersberger, CounterPunch, 14 November 2019

Bolivia Does Not Exist by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News, 14 November 2019

Top Bolivian coup plotters trained by US military’s School of the Americas, served as attachés in FBI police programs by Jeb Sprague, The Grayzone, 13 November 2019

US Hn in Bolivia Coup by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 13 November 2019

Bolivia Police Block Pro-Morales MPs From Legislature by Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, 13 November 2019

Bolivia: The OAS and US Help Overthrow Another Latin American Government by Leonardo Flores, Global Research, 13 November 2019

In Statement That 'Reads Like a Chilling Warning of More Coups to Come,' Trump Celebrates Military Coup in Bolivia by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 12 November 2019

Bolivia and Venezuela: Two Countries, But Same Hybrid War by Nino Pagliccia, CounterPunch, 12 November 2019

After Morales Ousted in Coup, the Lithium Question Looms Large in Bolivia by Vijay Prashad, Common Dreams, 12 November 2019

MSM Adamantly Avoids The Word “Coup” In Bolivia Reporting by Caitlin Johnstone, Information Clearing House, 12 November 2019

Bolivia coup led by Christian fascist paramilitary leader and multi-millionaire – with foreign support by Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton, The Grayzone, 11 November 2019

The Bolivian Coup Is Not a Coup—Because US Wanted It to Happen by Alan MacLeod, FAIR, 11 November 2019

U.S.-backed coup Deposes Evo Morales in Bolivia by Marco Teruggi, Global Research, 11 November 2019

MSM Adamantly Avoids The Word “Coup” In Bolivia Reporting by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium, 11 November 2019

The political tide sweeping South America won't accept predatory capitalism by Vijay Prashad, MR Online, 6 November 2019

Unfounded Fraud Allegations Threaten Bolivia’s Presidential Election by Mark Weisbrot and Gregory Wilpert, ZNet, 1 November 2019

 

 

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