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Establishment outlets like the Economist insist the Brazilian military is a moderating influence on the far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro. But precisely the opposite is true.
A culture of racism, paranoia, and authoritarianism permeates American police departments. Piecemeal reform won't be enough.
The pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) is key to the fight against Turkey’s brutal Erdoğan regime. But its struggle is also about building a different kind of world order.
For many in today’s commentariat, politics is about mediation between irrational tribes rather than conflict between competing interests.
Jair Bolsonaro's core support lies with wealthy Brazilians. But the far-right figure wouldn't have gotten this far if he hadn't also established a formidable base among the poor.
Yesterday morning, French police raided the home of Jean-Luc Mélenchon. The leftist leader was quick to point the blame at Emmanuel Macron.
They coarsen our culture, erode our economic future, and diminish our democracy. The ultra-rich have no redeeming social value.
Saudi Arabia's apparent murder of Jamal Khashoggi has provided the best chance yet to end US support for the Saudis' vile war in Yemen. Now is the time to ramp up the pressure.
Racism, inequality, and austerity politics were the culprits in the poisoning of Flint, Michigan. And residents are still living with the consequences.
Matteo Salvini’s hard-right Lega used to want independence for Northern Italy. Today, the party is building a reactionary base in the South.
Fifty years ago, police and military forces massacred hundreds of students in Mexico City, sparking a brutal dirty war in Mexico for which no one was ever brought to justice. Andrés Manuel López Obrador could change this.