Why Did the Global Media Give Brazil’s Lula a Free Pass on Corruption?

Highly politicized courts have long been a staple of Latin American legal systems, which begs the question of why so many foreign journalists—after years of hammering the region’s “pervasive corruption” — have made light of Da Silva’s role in the Odebrecht scandal during the current campaign.

For the full article by Daniel Raisbeck/CATO Institute, read here.