Benjamin Dangl

Benjamin Dangl teaches journalism as a Lecturer of Public Communication in the Department of Community Development and Applied Economics at the University of Vermont. He has worked as a journalist across Latin America and written three books on Bolivia, including The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia (AK Press, 2019).

Ballots Defeat Bullets: MAS Wins Historic Mandate in Post-Coup Bolivian Election

Bibles at the Barricades: How the Right Seized Power in Bolivia

History at the Barricades: Evo Morales and the Power of the Past in Bolivian Politics

Masters of War: Senate Defense Budget Set to Exceed One Third of Global Military Spending

How Top Food Companies Fail to Protect Environmental Activists in Supply Chains

Dismantling Power: The Zapatista Indigenous Presidential Candidate’s Vision to Transform Mexico from Below

Trump’s Budget Expands War on the Backs of America’s Poor

After Empowering the 1% and Impoverishing Millions, IMF Admits Neoliberalism a Failure

The Horizon of Evo Morales’ Long Decade in Power: Implications of Bolivia’s Referendum Results

Why We Need to Ditch Austerity Policies

Eduardo Galeano’s Words Walk the Streets of a Continent

Bolivia’s Contested Process of Change

Bolivia: A Country That Dared to Exist

Decolonizing Bolivia’s History of Indigenous Resistance

The Power of Spectacle in Bolivia

Why the US is the Biggest Threat to World Peace

Who Rules the World?

Who Rules the World?

Bolivians Demand Justice for 2003 Gas War Massacre

Interviews with Voters in the Bolivian Streets and at the Polls

Why Evo Morales Will Likely Win Upcoming Elections in Bolivia

On Uruguay’s Legalization of Marijuana

Giant Corporations Want to Control All of Your Beer

How the Pentagon Militarized the US Police Force

Capitalism’s Bullets in Latin America