Art and Revolution in Cuba: An International Perspective

Havana. Source: Flickr, Pedro Szekely.

Havana is a paradise for artists and art lovers. Creative pursuits are at the centre of life in the city, formally and informally. Art abounds: government-run museums and art collectives sit amongst privately-owned boutiques selling handmade crafts. The prestigious Havana International Film Festival attracts filmmakers from around the world, with moviegoers willingly enduring queues of… Continue Reading ➤

Ele Não: The International Media’s Complicity in the Rise of Populism in Brazil and Beyond

Jair Bolsonaro Source: Wikimedia Commons

Brazilian Elections: Front Page News on an Unprecedented Scale This Sunday, Brazilians will go to the polls for the second time to elect their next president, but the result is already all but decided. Right-wing populist and retired army officer Jair Bolsonaro, coming off a landslide (and almost outright) victory in the first round, is… Continue Reading ➤