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More investment is opening the door to wealthier visitors
Its vast soya crop puts Santa Cruz province on the front line of an agrarian revolution
Bolivia wants to be South America’s energy heart but has a record of exploration failures
To seek a fourth term, Evo Morales is in peril of undoing his legacy
Former UN diplomat Dame Margaret Anstee on the historical roots of the Morales revolution
Bolivia’s mining co-operatives are emblematic of a sector that is yet to fully enter the 21st century
The leftist revolution has given indigenous people new spending power, expanding the middle class as the consumer boom continues — for now
Indigenous groups realise they must take steps to preserve their identity
A Polish priest is fighting to preserve Bolivia’s rare musical fusion created three centuries ago
How will the ‘peasant president’ keep his newly affluent voters happy?
With leaner times ahead, the socialist nation is wooing business ever harder
Bolivia’s first indigenous president’s ability to tune into popular feeling worries fellow politicians