Rich countries embraced trade multilateralism when it suited them, and now they’re abandoning it. That may not be such a bad thing.
Donald Trump says that impeachment is actually a coup. It’s one more example of his attack on the rule of law.
Despite the dashed hopes of the early 2010s, social movements are still winning important fights — and building a framework for human survival.
Indigenous protesters against the coup government report escalating atrocities and rising repression.
Progressives need to speak up: Morales made mistakes, but nothing justifies the violent right-wing putsch that followed.
In countries like Peru, extractive industries contract police to suppress Indigenous protesters and detain international observers — including me.
From Brazil to India to the United States, extractive industries have aligned themselves with authoritarian governments waging war on minority populations.
Trump’s asylum ban and kangaroo tent courts threaten to destroy a pillar of international humanitarian law. What can we do?
The fires are no accident. They’re set by people turning a profit in a grocery store near you.
Far-right governments in the U.S., UK, and Brazil are laying bare their nihilistic roots and full destructive potential.