The Pink Tide governments’ efforts to break from the tyrannies of world market dependence are not new. Neither are their failures to do so.
Kyla Sankey is a London-based activist and political commentator. She is a PhD candidate in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary, University of London.
With peace on the horizon, the Colombian left’s future seems hopeful, but daunting challenges confront it.
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos was doomed by his path of securing peace through elite pacts.
Latin America's "pink tide" governments challenge neoliberalism and US hegemony, but leave the basic structures of capitalism intact.