Category: Brazil

Andrew Fishman: Criminalizing Reporting

Glenn Greenwald Faces Cybercrime Complaint After Exposing Scandal in Brazil

Glenn Greenwald: Bolsonaro Under Fire

Dismisses His Culture Minister For Giving a Nazi Speech, But It Is Still Representative of Brazil’s Governing Ethos

Michael Fox: Inside Brazil’s War on Small Farmers

Not long ago, Brazil’s government walked a thin, complicated line between protecting the right to private property and the right to agrarian reform. Today, that line has been obliterated

Danica Jorden: Bolsonaro’s Revisionist History of Brazil

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s administration is embarking on a project of cultural and historical revision

Patrick Bond: What lessons from the Workers Party for fighting global neoliberalism?

Lula’s release leaves capitalists annoyed and nervous

Ana Paula Vargas: Lula is Free

Can Socialism Be Restored?

Dom Phillips: Lula Walks Free from Prison

Workers’ party leader had been held for 580 days for corruption. Court rules incarceration unlawful until appeals exhausted

Danica Jorden: Lula Declares, I’m Back!

On Friday, November 8, 2019, former President of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva walked out of a prison in Curitiba and was greeted by throngs of supporters

Danica Jorden: Brazilian Senator Calls for Return to Dictatorship

The utterance of AI-5 should bring a chill to any Brazilian who was of age in the 1960’s, any student of history, or anyone with a conscience

Marjorie Cohn: Amazon Fires Will Have Global Consequences. The UN Must Act

We must act internationally to save the precious Amazon rainforest

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