Laura Carlsen

Laura Carlsen is the director of the Americas Program in Mexico City and advisor to Just Associates (JASS) .

The Power of Mexico’s Feminist Movements

The Militarization of Mexico

Latin America’s New Left

The World According to CPAC

A Joyful March for Lula

At Midpoint in AMLO’s Administration, Mexico Urgently Needs a Dignified and Sovereign Migration Policy

Mexico Got Rid of the DEA’s Most Elite Unit, Now It Should Get Rid of the DEA

In the Search for the Disappeared, the Seeds of a New Society

The Exaggerated Death of Mexico’s Drug War

Colombia, Between Extermination and Emancipation

The War on Wombs

Lopez Obrador’s Visit to Trump is a Betrayal of the U.S. and Mexican People

Virus as Vehicle: How COVID-19 Advances Trump’s White Supremacy Plans

How the OAS Revived the Cold War in the Americas

The Organization of American States Is Eroding Faith in Democracy

The War on Indigenous Women

The Power of Mothers

The Calling Cards of a Rightwing Coup

Mexico’s LeBaron Massacre and the War That Will Not Cease

How the Organization of American States Became an Agent of Regime Change

Fighting Fear, Hundreds Join Border Caravan for Migrant Rights

Borderline Personality: Trump’s Threats Against Mexico

Bringing Mexico to Its Knees Will Not “Make America Great Again”

Plan Colombia, Permanent War and the No Vote

Ayotzinapa’s Message to the World: Organize!

Six Months Without Berta, Six Months Without Justice

Both Parties are Playing the Mexico Card

The Ayotzinapa Agenda

The Voice of Berta Cáceres

Hillary Drives Hawkish Wedge Into Democratic Race

The Re-Capture of El Chapo: What Happens Next?

Mercenaries in Yemen: the US Connection

On Government Lies, Human Bonfires and the Search for Truth in Mexico

Deportation, Detention and Abuse on the Guatemala Border

Mexico’s War on Journalists

Is Mexico Reaching the Political Breaking Point?

Waste, Scandal and the Humiliation of the DEA

Treating Child Refugees as National Security Threats

Mexico: an Authoritarian System in Crisis

Mexico’s Youth Under Siege

Dispatch From Guerrero

Mexico’s Peña Nieto on Indigenous Rights

Blowback on the Border

Mexico’s Oil Privatization Scheme

Lessons From the Costa Rican Elections

How the NSA Infiltrated Mexico’s Computers

Honduras: a Setback for Women’s Rights

The NSA’s Spying Operation on Mexico

The Draconian Calculus of Immigration Reform

The Prairie Fire That Swept Brazil