The U.S. needs to import other nations’ ideas for its drug program.
On the Newsstand:Brazil
Priyanka Menon explains the political nature of Brazil's hip-hop scene, and its importance to the country as a whole.
The UN Earth Summit is attempting to reimagine the measure of human welfare in a world of finite natural resources.
America might not be a country in decline, but we seem to have given up on big dreams.
Tune into the Harvard Political Review's coverage of President Rousseff's public address at the Harvard Kennedy School
Though largely underreported, significant policy changes have been effective at reducing violence in Brazil. Last month’s replacement of the head of the Civil Police in Rio de Janeiro by Martha Rocha, the first female chief in Rio, following corruption scandals implicating former chief José Mariano Beltrame, marks the most recent of five leadership turnovers in recent years all telling the ... Read More
Participatory Democracy in Chicago: Participatory Budgeting is Working, Important, and Going to Stay
Alderman Joe Moore had $1.3 million to spend. So he let his constituents decide what to do with it.
President Lula da Silva may have endorsed his chief of staff, Dilma Rousseff, to be the next president of Brazil, but is she qualified?
Russia’s reemergence in Latin America “This time, we are back [in Latin America] forever,” announced Alexei Sazanov, the deputy director of Russia’s Foreign Ministry. Sazanov, a prominent spokesman for Russian diplomacy, made this declaration just days after three Russian warships performed joint naval exercises with the Venezuelan navy. At that same time, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev was in Havana, Cuba ... Read More