Roger Burbach

ROGER BURBACH is the director of the Center for the Study of the Americas (CENSA) and a Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley and author of The Pinochet Affair.

A Letter to Edward Snowden

A Cuban Spring?

Cuba: a Society in Motion

A Global Revolt

Chile at the Crossroads

Evo’s Way

The Social Earthquake in Chile

Ecuador’s Neo-Liberal Model

Hillary and Obama Nix Change in Honduras

Honduran Coup: Target Left?

US-Cuba Policy: "Still Stuck in the Past"

The Betrayal of the Sandinista Revolution

Winds of Change in Cuba

Orchestrating a Civic Coup in Bolivia

Morales Confronts the Insurrection

Fighting Food Fascism

The Battle in Bolivia

The Final Battle in Bolivia

Historic Victory in Ecuador

Leftist Victory in Ecuador

Bush Trip to Counter Chavez is Destined to Fail

Ecuador Stands Up to the US

The Condor Model

The Meaning of Lula’s Victory

Electoral Fraud and Rebellion in Mexico

Bachelet Refuses to Back Down to Bush

Bush Targets Chavez and Morales

Bolivia’s Radical Realignment

Evo Morales: the Early Days

Bolivia’s Evo Morales

Bachelet’s Victory

Bush Versus Chavez

Hugo Chavez’s Mission

Murder in the Amazon

World Social Forum: the Tale of Two Presidents

Argentina Squares Off with International Financiers

Why They Hate Bush in Chile

Bush’s Win is a Defeat for Democratic Party Not the Left

Brazil’s Begins to Throw Off Austerity Plans

Argentina Fights Back

The Bush Ideologues vs. Big Oil in Iraq

State Terrorism and September 11, 1973 and 2003

Brazil Under Lula

Lula and Bush