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Why the CIA Attempted a ‘Maidan Uprising’ in Brazil
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Why the CIA Attempted a ‘Maidan Uprising’ in Brazil
January 11, 2023

The failed coup in Brazil is the latest CIA stunt, just as the country is forging stronger ties with the east.

Can China Help Brazil Restart Its Global Soft Power?
December 31, 2022

Ten days of full immersion in Brazil are not for the faint-hearted. Even restricted to the top two megalopolises, Sao Paulo and Rio, watching live the impact of interlocking economic, political, social and environmental crises exacerbated by the Jair Bolsonaro project leaves one stunned.

Can China Help Brazil Restart Its Global Soft Power?
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What Worries the U.S. Most About Lula
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What Worries the U.S. Most About Lula
November 3, 2022

Steve Ellner says opposition to NATO’s stance on Ukraine has created fertile ground for the expansion of a bloc of non-aligned nations, now with a progressive possibly at the helm.

Comeback kid Lula in the eye of a volcano
November 1, 2022

Luis Ignacio “Lula” da Silva may be the ultimate 21st century political comeback kid. At 77, fit and sharp, leading an alliance of 10 political parties, he has just been elected as Brazilian president for what will be a de facto third term after his first two from 2003 to 2010.

Comeback kid Lula in the eye of a volcano
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State-Backed Violence Against Indigenous Communities in Brazil Contradicts Plans for Protection
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State-Backed Violence Against Indigenous Communities in Brazil Contradicts Plans for Protection
November 10, 2021

It is only the indigenous communities who are clarifying the importance of their inclusion in political decision-making with regards to the environment.

Violence Against Environmental Activists Escalates Alongside Political Impunity
October 11, 2021

With nothing to hold governments or the UN accountable, protection remains elusive when juxtaposed against the reassurance of neoliberal profit.

Violence Against Environmental Activists Escalates Alongside Political Impunity
World
NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
Security
NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
August 27, 2021

We should expect to see the U.S. continue to downsize its commitments outside of the Americas, and we expect to see the U.S. increase its efforts to reintroduce a Monroe Doctrine 2.0 inside the Americas, Joaquin Flores writes.

Without Access to the Sputnik V Vaccine, Brazil Turns to U.S. and EU for Surplus Doses
May 7, 2021

Vaccine diplomacy is indeed a reality, and one that is severely mismanaged to the benefit of countries that boast allegiances.

Without Access to the Sputnik V Vaccine, Brazil Turns to U.S. and EU for Surplus Doses
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