If human rights were really a concern for those opposing Anez’s arrest, the same critics would have intervened on an equal level over the violence unleashed in the aftermath of the coup.
Half of the country’s revenues still come from natural gas and oil. Agricultural production is second. Arce wishes to diversify the economy, Ron Ridenour writes.
There is one corner of the world where the complacent, intellectually dead brains of Blinken and Sullivan may do some good – across the Western Hemisphere, Martin Sieff writes.
The successful prosecution of Áñez will help bring closure to a troubled, if brief, chapter in the long trajectory of independence, national liberation, and self-determination for Bolivia and its 11 million people.