FP’s April magazine: “The End of Human Rights” tackled issues from the Amazon to Vladivostok. On today’s E.R. episode, we talk to two contributors.
By going to jail, the former president signaled his respect for the rule of law.
Despite a large international search effort, time is running out for the crew.
The experience of a young lawyer raises difficult questions about race, belonging, and the bureaucracy of affirmative action in a country lauded for its egalitarian history.
Num país famoso por um ideal de mistura racial, a luta de uma candidata para usar cotas raciais levanta questões complexas sobre cor e identidade no Brasil.
With the country’s politics plagued by scandal and corruption, Brazil’s gangs are fighting a deadly and brazen turf war — inside and out of the broken prison system.
But President Michel Temer still isn’t stepping down.
As the proudly mixed-race country grapples with its legacy of slavery, affirmative-action race tribunals are measuring skull shape and nose width to determine who counts as disadvantaged.
Brazilian authorities work to prevent history from repeating itself.
In Recife, Brazil’s ground zero of the Zika virus, a community struggles to deal with the devastating spread of microcephaly.
Is the trial against Brazil's former president a balm for or distraction from the country's current economic woes?
During a charged summer, Brazilians used Starbucks to express their political frustrations.