Category: Brazil

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Vijay Prashad: Growing Force Is Charging That Bolsonaro Has Committed Crimes Against Humanity

The lawsuit says that Bolsonaro’s disregard for the danger of the pandemic has put “the Brazilian people at the edge of the abyss.”

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Pepe Escobar: Brazil: The Money Laundering Scandal From Hell No One Wants to Talk About

Two decades after the fact, a political earthquake that should be rocking Brazil apart is being met with thunderous silence

José Dirceu de Oliveira e Silva: Brazilian Democracy Is at a Stalemate

Interview on the need for a broad front coalition to defeat Bolsonarismo

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Vijay Prashad: The Dangerous Incompetence of Narendra Modi and Jair Bolsonaro

Alarming news about the COVID-19 disease comes from Brazil and India, where the infection numbers are high, and the death count grows steadily

Ryan Cecil Jobson: Brazilian oligarchs sacrifice people for profit

Business leaders are using social media and political influence to spread coronavirus disinformation – and endangering thousands of lives

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Glenn Greenwald: Bolsonaro Fraudulently Circumvented Trump’s COVID-19 Immigration Ban

Smuggled His Scandal-Plagued Ex-Education Minister Into the U.S.

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Boaventura de Sousa Santos: Requiem for Democracy

Once again, after so many other times, Brazil’s wealthy would rather run the risk of descending into dictatorship (if that’s not what they wanted to begin with) rather than have the lower classes express their aspiration to be included in the nation

Rafael Moro Martins: Police Raids Target Bolsonaro’s Political Rivals

The operations raised questions about the Federal Police being leveraged for political purposes, deepening the crises enveloping the country’s democratic institutions

Jorge Bermudez: International Drug Companies Will Decide Whether Brazilians Live or Die

Our only access to the one existing treatment for Covid-19 will be entirely dependent on the compassion of a giant multinational pharmaceutical corporation that has shown no sign it has any

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Andrew Fishman: Brazil’s President Goes to War With Democratic Institutions

— and Hopes the Military Has His Back

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