"Songs from Sinjar"
How ISIS is hastening the end of the Yezidis' ancient oral tradition.
"The Other Buffett Rule"
An essay on why better billionaires will never save us.
Vanity Fair (UK)
"The Empire Strikes Back"
For the travel issue, a trip to three cities from Brazil's imperial period.
Town & Country
"Inside the Turmoil in Tulum"
How an alleged land-grab scheme is changing this Mexican beach town.
"The Broken Promise of the Rio Olympics"
How a chance to remake the city for ordinary Brazilians ended up lining the pockets of the rich instead.
"The World's Most Interesting Billionaire"
A profile of Jorge Paulo Lemann, the Brazilian tycoon who took over Anheuser-Busch, Burger King, Kraft, and Heinz.
The New Yorker
"Open Talk of a Military Coup Unsettles Brazil"
"The Most Important Criminal Conviction in Brazil's History"
"What the Latest Crisis Means for Brazil"
"Brazil After Dilma Rousseff"
"Ryan Lochte and Brazil's Third Rail"
"Brazil's Olympics Meets Its Favelas"
The Washington Post
"Ghosts of Brazil’s past haunt impeachment crisis"
"How the Workers’ Party lost the workers"
"Zika exposes class differences in Brazil"
"Shave the Billionaire"
On the jailing of Eike Batista, formerly Brazil's richest man.
"Counting to a Billion"
How that list of the world's richest people got made.
"Venezuela's Expat Revolutionaries"
The young foreigners who love Hugo Chávez so much they moved to his "Bolivarian paradise."
The San Francisco Chronicle
"2666 by Roberto Bolaño"
A book review.