Anti-American graffiti

    Too Early to Write Off the Left in Latin America

    Recent political developments across the region have prompted celebratory proclamations in the mainstream Western ...

    Poor families evicted in Rio

    A Legacy of Rio Olympics: 4,000 Families Evicted

    The official website for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games proclaims on its ...

    Brazilian president Michel Temer

    Revenge of the Right in Brazil?

    About a month ago, when it became apparent that the center-right opposition in Brazil ...

    Together with Lula, Dilma Rousseff says goodbye to presidency

    The Ritual Sacrifice of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff

    Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff was sacrificed as a scapegoat for sins and shortcomings widely ...

    Inequality, Democracy and Growth in Brazil

    A Book on Brazil’s Recession, Corruption and Inequality

    Marcos Mendes’ Inequality, Democracy and Growth in Brazil: A Country at the Crossroads of ...

    Front pages of Brazil's main newspapers on the impeachment

    Brazil Is Now 104th in Press Freedom After Falling Another Five Places

    Continuing conflicts of interest in the Brazilian media and a very disturbing level of ...

    The Guarani Kaiowá face brutal violence and the theft of their ancestral land, and suffer from the highest suicide rate in the world.
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    A Campaign to Save Brazilian Indians from Genocide

    Survival International, a human rights organization that fights for tribal peoples, has launched a ...

    Brazilian House of Representative votes for president Rousseff's impeachment

    Brazil President’s Mandate Is Now in the Hands of the Senate

    Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies approved the admissibility of President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment request. With ...