Joe Emersberger

Joe Emersberger is a writer based in Canada whose work has appeared in Telesur English, ZNet and CounterPunch.

Ecuador’s “Democratic Backsliding” Has Been Ongoing Since 2017, With US support

Ecuador’s Unpopular Neoliberal Government Survives for Now: An Interview with David Villamar

Corresimo in Ecuador: An Interview with David Chavez 

Contrasting Crackdowns: Media Coverage of 2021 Elections in Ecuador and Nicaragua

The Limits of US Power: Alex Saab, Afghanistan and Venezuela

On Pablo Celi, Ecuador’s super shady “Auditor General”

Talking About Ecuador’s Political Prisoners: an Interview With Marcela Aguiñaga

Oppose the Military Coup in Bolivia. Spare Us Your “Critiques”

Ecuador’s President Moreno Struggles to Buy Off Fake Leftists

Media Smears, Political Persecution Set the Stage for Austerity and the Backlash Against It in Ecuador

Guillaume Long on Ecuadorian President Moreno’s betrayal of Assange and the Citizens Revolution

Democracy in the Americas: the U.S. Pot and the Venezuelan Kettle

Crushing Glas Along With Ecuador’s Rule of Law

UK Labour’s Fiscal Credibility Rule: Neoliberal Orthodoxy Dies Hard

Moreno’s Neoliberal Restoration Proceeds in Ecuador

Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno’s Assault on Human Rights and Judicial Independence

The Persecution of Rafael Correa

Ecuador Under Lenin Moreno: an Interview With Andres Arauz

Ecuadorean Villagers May Still Triumph Over Chevron

Amnesty International Winks at Trump’s Economic Attack on Venezuelans

Deconstructing a Washington Post Editorial on Ecuador

Defense of Land Speculators in Ecuador Unmasks Lenin Moreno

What’s Going On in Ecuador? An Interview With Wladimir Iza

Lenin Moreno Steers Ecuador Rightward and Betrays the Revolution that Elected Him

Lenin Moreno is a Fraud, But How Far to the Right Can He Take Ecuador?

Rafael Correa and the Future of Ecuador: a Response to James McEnteer