5 Articles by: Martín Mosquera

Martín Mosquera is a graduate in philosophy, a professor at the University of Buenos Aires, a member of the editorial board of Revista Intersecciones, and a militant of Democracia Socialista.

We Must Call a Coup a Coup

In November, the Bolivian military forced Evo Morales to step down: the classic definition of a coup. Despite the evidence, some commentators — even on the Left — have failed to identify it for what it was: an elite plot to oust a progressive president whose program of reforms had transformed the lives of many of the country’s most excluded people.