Bolivia
A broad look at how we got here, from the director of the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University.
Coup or not, Morales' exit left chaos both sides should come together to fix.
Whoever emerges as Bolivia’s president is likely to face social unrest not seen for years.
In his controversial push for a fourth term, Evo Morales faces another former president.
Uncertainty at the polls and over the economy mark Bolivia’s Oct. 20 presidential elections.
Bolivian and Chilean border authorities are meeting for the first time since 2011, but their relationship is as strained as ever.
The pope calling gender choice “terrible” may slow the region’s fledgling trans rights movement, but a series of legal victories are cause for optimism.
Tensions are growing between Bolivia's government and civil society ahead of climate talks

On Tuesday, Bolivian President Evo Morales—fresh from his reelection to a third term on Sunday—moved to strengthen legal measures that would help reduce domestic violence against women in the Andean country.

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