A new novel about the rise of fascism, written from Il Duce’s perspective, has lessons for our fragile political system.
Poland’s ruling party argues it is both under attack and the nation’s strongest defender.
Activists, union organizers, and dissidents are being killed. Why isn’t the government doing more to protect them?
An erosion of media freedoms in the country has continued with little punishment from the European Union, which professes to defend liberal values.
Olavo de Carvalho’s anger has inspired a number of Brazilian far-right politicians, the country’s president among them.
The movement argues for what it says are traditional values. But to gain momentum, it must grapple with a paradox.