Latin America v. Citizens United

What Brazil and the rest of Latin America can teach the United States about keeping unregulated donations out of elections.

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The U.S.-Asia Trade Deal Puts Dysfunction at the WTO on Full Display

The success of the Asia trade deal is a reminder of just how broken the WTO has become.


When the 0.00001 Percent Sneeze

The world’s tycoons are in turmoil. The schadenfreude may be strong with this one-- but when the rich get poorer, everyone should worry.

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IMF: China’s Economic Slowdown Arrives on American Shores

The IMF says the ripple effects from China's economic slowdown are hurting global growth.

The Cable

Trump Says He’ll Upend These Two Cornerstones of U.S. Foreign Policy

Donald Trump wants to upend how the U.S. spreads power and influence around the world.


The Emerging-Market Beauty Pageant

From China to Mexico, investors are increasingly looking not for deals, but strong macroeconomic policy.


Longform’s Picks of the Week

The best stories from around the world.


Amnesty Report Reveals Epidemic of Police Violence in Rio de Janeiro

Young black men are the overwhelming targets of lethal police violence.


Like Uber But for Protests: Rideshare Drivers Targeted in Mexico City

Protests against Uber in Mexico City got violent this week, just days before the implementation of new regulations for the controversial ridesharing app.

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