Published in: democraciaAbierta: AnalysisBrazil breaks new ground in the global fight against fake news
After enduring years of online toxicity, Brazil now wants to show the world how to crack down on disinformation
Published in: democraciaAbierta: AnalysisBrazilian democracy will emerge stronger from this day of infamy
Lula and his government must take a hard line against the Bolsonaristas’ coup plotters and their financial backers
Published in: Home: ExplainerWhat’s happening in Myanmar?
Activists fear a ‘killing spree’ after the military junta carried out the country’s first executions in decades
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionTunisia’s presidential power-grab is a test for its democracy
President Saied’s ‘constitutional coup’ on 25 July was a dark day for Tunisian and Arab democratization
Published in: ourEconomyMaking sense of Bolivia’s discontent
To understand events in Bolivia, we need to unpack its many contradictions over the past decade. But make no...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaReconsidering Turkish military culture and secularism after the coup attempt
How did Turkish military culture transform under the rule of AKP? And what will be the impact of the failed coup...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaErdogan at a crossroad: dictatorship or democracy
An interview with A.H. Banisadr, Iran’s former president, about the aftermath of the coup in Turkey.
Published in: HomeTurkey’s clash of Islamists: Erdogan vs Gülen
What does the power struggle between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and powerful Islamic cleric Fethullah Gülen mean...
Published in: HomeNiger stricken by military coup
Military officers take power in Niger. NATO suffers casualties in Afghanistan. The IAEA launches warns of Iranian...