Shafqat Munir explains the significance of Ghulam Azam's conviction for war crimes and looks at what's next for Bangladesh. The ACLU's William Ramirez tells us about police brutality in Puerto Rico. Natan Sachs weighs in on what's needed for Mideast peace talks.
Ahead of Mothers' Day, Worldview asks: What is the best country in the world to be a mother? Then we compare the criminalization of youth in Palestine and Chicago. And Weekend Passport includes Afro beats, Balkan kebabs and a tour of Mexico through folkloric dance.
Why do some national movements turn to violence, while others commit to struggle in nonviolent ways? We revisit an interview with Wendy Pearlman, who explains why so many Palestinians have chosen to return to peaceful protest.