Tag: pink tide

Lesley Gill: Can the Left Revive the ‘Pink Tide’ amid a Global Pandemic?

focaal_admin , January 16th, 2021


As Covid-19 has washed over Latin America like a tsunami and the pillars of shaky economies have shuddered under lockdowns, the priority of profits over public welfare stands…


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Alfredo Saad-Filho: “Fora Temer—eleições diretas já!”: Brazil’s political rupture and the left’s opportunity

Focaal Web Editor , May 24th, 2017


This post is tied to our 2016 series on the Latin American pink tide, and it originally appeared on openDemocracy on 23 May 2017 (CC BY-NC 4.0). The Brazilian Workers’…


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Mariya Ivancehva: The revolution will not be criticized? The (im)possibility of left-wing critique in Venezuela

Focaal Web Editor , May 24th, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). After heading the pink tide…


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Marina Gold: The end of the pink tide: Cuba

Focaal Web Editor , April 25th, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). Does Obama’s visit herald the…


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Thomas Grisaffi: After the Referendum: Evo Morales and the Movement Towards Socialism

Focaal Web Editor , April 18th, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). In February 2016 Bolivian President…


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Iselin Åsedotter Strønen: After the Bolivarian Revolution: What’s in store for Margarita?

Focaal Web Editor , April 1st, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). I still clearly remember Margarita,[1]…


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Alfredo Saad-Filho: Overthrowing Rousseff: It’s class war, and their class is winning

Focaal Web Editor , March 22nd, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). The judicial coup against President Dilma…


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Sian Lazar: “The happiness revolution”: Argentina and the end of post-neoliberalism?

Focaal Web Editor , March 17th, 2016


This post is part of a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London).  In mid-October 2015, it appeared…


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Massimiliano Mollona: The end of the Latin American pink tide? An introduction

Focaal Web Editor , March 15th, 2016


This post is the introduction to a series on the Latin American pink tide, moderated and edited by Massimiliano Mollona (Goldsmiths, University of London). The twenty-first century opened…


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