With a million people demonstrating in the streets of Brazil, everyone’s scrambling to understand how a 20-cent bus fare hike turned into a social revolt.
The U.S. government stands alone among major world governments in refusing to recognize the results of the recent Venezuelan presidential election
What scared Washington most about Chavez was not his failures or idiosyncrasies. It was his success.
A real commitment to security must place human life and public safety above all else–no matter which side of the border you’re on.
Obama will need to recast a foreign policy that has been weak or downright contradictory in standing up for the principles he himself has espoused
Mexican families touched by the drug war have brought their Caravan for Peace to the U.S., laying the groundwork for a binational peace movement.
The recent elections in Mexico have created a youth-led movement for change.
Why was the State Department involved in a shooting of Mosquito Coast villagers in Honduras?
Laura Carlsen examines the political and economic climate looming before the G20 summit in Mexico.
The upcoming G20 summit in Mexico provides new opportunities for civil society to explore alternative answers to the G20s decisions, and to make their voices heard.
Honduran security forces are murdering, raping, beating, and detaining Hondurans — with U.S. aid.
Forty years after the war on drugs began the fallout from bad policy has had dire consequences both home and abroad.
President Obama is reversing his earlier commitment to a new kind of trade relationship with the world by pushing three ill-conceived FTAs.
President Obama’s speech in El Paso on May 10 put the immigration debate back on the table. In reaffirming his commitment to comprehensive immigration reform, he attempted to reframe a debate that has been dominated by a focus on security.
Sexual violence is not a byproduct of war or an uncontrolled act by rogue soldiers, but a war crime committed primarily against women.