This Is What Outrage Looks Like in Mexico City

Images of the Protestors Who Took to the Streets to Ask Their Government for Accountability—and an End to Violence

Mexicans have taken to social media, and to the streets, to express their outrage at the disappearance in late September of 43 students from a rural teachers’ college in the southern state of Guerrero. The students were last seen in the city of Iguala the night of September 26, after an altercation with local security forces. Now, six weeks later, Mexican authorities have found burned remains of what they believe are the students’ bodies; they also have videotaped confessions from the people who carried out their murders. The mayor of …

Burned by Betrayal and 87 Rounds of Tear Gas in Hong Kong

When Civil Disobedience Turned Violent, a City's Long-Held Trust in Its Police Was Broken

On Sunday, September 28, 2014, we stood among the estimated 80,000 Hong Kong protestors in the Admiralty neighborhood that hosts the government headquarters, when tear gas began raining down on …

Why Is Brazil Going Nuts?

The Protests Are As Confounding As the Country. And Yes, Traffic Here Is Terrible.

My wife and I live two and a half miles from my office at the Universidade de São Paulo. But there is no quick way to complete the commute. São …