The Newsmakers

Was Bolivia’s Morales Ousted in a Coup?

Bolivia’s former President Evo Morales accepted asylum in Mexico after fleeing his own country in chaos. Many are calling his resignation a coup d’etat. There’s now an interim government in place but will it be able to fill the power vacuum and quell weeks of civil unrest? Guests: Diego Ayo Professor of Political Science at Higher University of San Andres Raul Penaranda Journalist and Press Freedom Advocate Olivia Arigho Stiles PhD Candidate in Latin American Studies at University of Essex Marieke Riethof Senior Lecturer in Latin American Politics at the University of Liverpool

Bolivia Political Crisis: Morales arrives in Mexico seeking asylum

Bolivia Political Crisis: Morales arrives in Mexico seeking asylum

Bolivia Political Crisis: Former president accepts Mexico's asylum offer

Bolivia Political Crisis: Former president accepts Mexico's asylum offer

Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

Bolivia After Morales

Bolivia After Morales

Ecuador Protests

Ecuador Protests

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Investigating An Insurrection

Investigating An Insurrection

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

The Extradition of Assange

The Extradition of Assange

Tunisia on Strike

Tunisia on Strike

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

Confronting the Climate Crisis

Confronting the Climate Crisis

Yemen Truce

Yemen Truce

Sri Lanka in Crisis

Sri Lanka in Crisis

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