Tag: Democracy

    94% of Brazilians Don’t Think President Temer Represent Them

    The latest Ipsos poll published by one of Brazil’s most widely read newspapers, O ...

    Brazilians protesting in the streets

    Lula’s Conviction Is a Testament to How Far Brazil Has Come as a Democracy

    After Dilma Rousseff was ousted as president in August 2016, Brazil’s pro-impeachment camp confidently ...

    Former president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva

    Lula Already Talking on How He Will Rule Brazil as President in a Third Term

    During a ceremonial launch of the second phase of the Lula Institute Democracy Memorial, ...

    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 ...

    Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff

    Rousseff: Brazil Finally Gets a President With No Self-mythicizing Agenda

    The first four months of any new president will give some indication of the ...

    Carrefour in Brazil

    Not Even Sorry from Carrefour Brazil After Its Goons Beat Up Man for Stealing Own Car

    Unlike the US, Brazil doesn’t have two separate social classes, divided between whites and ...

    Lula in a Independence Day Parade

    Democracy in Brazil Is a Horse of a Totally Different Collor

    Among the difficulties that American observers are faced with when trying to assess Brazil ...

    In LatAm Uruguay Is Number 1 in Democracy, Brazil Is at End of Line

    Uruguay is the country in Latinamerica which most supports democracy and has most trust ...

    General João Batista Figueiredo, the last president during Brazil's most recent dictatorship (1964-1985)

    American-Style Presidentialism Has Been a Recipe for Disaster in Brazil

    Due to long-lasting problems with populism and clientelism, one might say that the presidential ...

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