These two articles were published in early 2023:
Evo Morales: Washington orchestrating coups in Latin America The former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, accused the US administration of being behind what he called the judicial coup against Argentine Vice President Christina Kirchner, the ousting of former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo, and the recent attempted Donald Trump-style coup in Brazil against President Luiz Inacio Lula. Morales, who was his country’s first Indigenous president, has expressed support for the ongoing protests in Peru, and is banned from entering the country.
Crisis in Bolivia: Santa Cruz Isolates Itself to Economically Attack La Paz A little more than a week after the arrest of the governor of Santa Cruz, Fernando Camacho, the richest department of Bolivia focuses on “isolating” itself to damage the central government, while the three forces of the ruling coalition cannot leave behind their own internal conflict. Santa Cruz is strong and could complicate the government of Luis Arce because 70% of the food consumed in the whole country is produced there and it also generates about 40% of the GDP.