Multimedia journalist Michael Nigro will document the experiences of Central American families seeking asylum.
As the world's powers gather for their annual summit, demonstrators denounce imperialism, austerity and more. A dispatch from Buenos Aires.
The neoliberal model implemented in Chile after the 1973 coup gives us hints as to what to expect from Brazil's incoming government.
The problem begins on the level of language—one of many levels where pushback is key.
Jair Bolsonaro, who takes office Jan. 1, has pledged to convert vast stretches of land into cattle pastures and soybean farms.
Central American asylum seekers ran for hundreds of yards to escape the clouds of tear gas.
From Argentina to Nicaragua and Mexico, the region's most vulnerable are being punished for the malfeasance of global finance.
Forbes giddily reports on "Bolsonaro fever," while The Wall Street Journal endorses the far-right politician as a "reformer."
Liberals have chosen neofascism over mild social democracy. They simply can't be trusted, writes Alex Hocchuli in The Baffler.
Corporate interests have already made it clear that they see Jair Bolsonaro's victory as a massive investment opportunity.