Daw Suu has nothing to say

An ethnic cleansing is happening in Myanmar, yet Aung San Suu Kyi—and the global community—remains silent.

My name is Deema Kashak

The Syrian civil war has displaced over 11 million people. This is the story of five of them.

Venezuela under siege

A photojournalist recounts his country’s descent into division and dictatorship.

The tyranny of patriotism

How despots use language to seduce and subdue the population

The people vs. Nicolás Maduro

How chavismo brought Venezuela to ruin

Past Due

Tales of desperation in the wealthiest nation on earth

Transgender Georgians are being left to die

Georgia is the world’s third-most homophobic nation. Caught between culture, religion and geopolitics, its transgender community is being left to suffer increasing levels of abuse. And for some, death.

An anarchist’s guide to national awakening

Murray Bookchin encouraged his readers to pursue a ‘radical life’ of becoming, a legacy that echoes today.

Brazil was unprepared for its neighbor’s crisis

For many Venezuelans, migration is the only way to survive. But their arrival hasn’t always been welcome.

The soil was littered with diamonds

Malvern Mudiwa is a business owner in eastern Zimbabwe. Nothing spectacular. But in a country where unemployment is said to be 95 percent, owning...