Monday, September 24, 2018
The Cochabamba Declaration mobilises scientists and indigenous experts concerning the preservation of rock art and indigenous sacred places in South America
While the Evo Morales government knows it must boost agriculture, it needs to reconcile the demands of two very different groups -- the big farmers and the campesionos
Despite far-reaching social reforms, the Bolivian economy still depends on an environmentally damaging extractive industry
A new middle class is flaunting its wealth, in original ways: startling new palaces are being created in the El Alto district of La Paz.
A London conference on climate change and human rights in Latin America organised by ILAS and LAB
Finally, after decades of struggle, women in Bolivia are getting their rights respected.
How a spectacular urban cable car system and a new municipal bus program are revolutionizing mass transit in La Paz and El Alto, with the help of some political competition.
Evo won a sweeping victory at the polls and will soon begin his third five-year term. What explains his continuing popularity?
Almost two-thirds of the population still support Morales and his policies. The Bolivia Information Forum provides initial analysis.
Pollsters predict another landslide victory for Evo Morales in Bolivia’s forthcoming presidential election, but not all of his supporters are as enthusiastic as they once were. Shafik Meghji reports for LAB from La Paz.

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