Regions / Brazil
From Europe to the United States, creative coalitions of activists and scholars could break the right-wing wave unleashed by the failures of the more traditional liberal-neoconservative political class.
Brazil is on the verge of electing a Duterte-style fascist. What can the left do?
The far-right Brazilian front-runner is attempting to mask his fascist platform by leaning into a recently-adopted free-market agenda.
What that Protestant Reformation can teach us about the durability of far-right movements — and the order they seek to replace.
The U.S. isn't the only country where women are lining up to burn down the (frat) house.
200 Venezuelans are leaving the country every day on foot. They deserve a humane, coordinated response.
Global uprisings against corruption can fuse middle-class concerns over the rule of law to a more radical critique of unequal political systems.
As the Olympic games in Rio draw to a close, another set of games will begin: military exercises between the United States and South Korea to prepare for a possible armed conflict with North Korea.
As refugees take the Olympic stage, the wars that sent them running for their lives continue apace.
Brazil's elites can't win an election, but they can engineer an impeachment.