The country is awash in conformist state worship, fueled by the shrill narrative of a war on terror.
Zapatista strongholds endure in the state of Chiapas, managing their own schools, banks, hospitals, arts collectives and system of government.
Coverage focused on the call for European integration has largely glossed over the rise in nationalist rhetoric that has led to violence.
Marca Tu Voto AC, a citizens’ group, is spearheading the national effort to overhaul Chile’s 1980 constitution.
For the people of South Africa, Mandela was the leader they could identify with—one who had suffered alongside them.
An effective isolation of Israeli academic institutions will undoubtedly curtail some privileges that Israeli scholars take for granted, like generous travel subsidies, but that has no bearing on their academic freedom.
Instead of boycotting, let's build transnational coalitions among scholars.
At first it was the Muslim Brotherhood. Now dozens of journalists, non-Islamist activists and students have been detained and beaten.
Contrary to what Goldberg has written, I believe that the only version of BDS that can be defended is one that is compatible with principles of academic freedom.
Will the country take a step toward democracy, or remain mired in corruption and repression?