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The Whole World Is Mad, But Brazil Has Lost Its Capacity for Indignation

During the military regime, some Brazilians abroad dared to denounce the torture occurring in ...

Brazil Is More Concerned with World Cup and Olympics than the Survival of Many

Recently, while visiting the Tunisian immigrants impeded from entering France, presidential candidate Marine Le ...

The Future of Brazil’s Democracy Is in the Hands of the Citinauts

Since 1986, former Planning Minister João Paulo dos Reis Velloso has assembled a group ...

121 Years After Abolition Brazil Is Still a Slave-ocratic Country

At a ceremony held at the Brazilian Academy of Letters (ABL), Marcos Vinicios Vilaça ...

Brazil Got the Olympics. Now We Need a Pact to Attune Us to the 21st Century

President Lula, Governor Sérgio Cabral, Mayor Eduardo Paes and Carlos Nuzman, the president of ...

Brazil Has a Lot to Learn from the US Primaries

The U.S. presidential candidates in the general election debate only a few times, but ...

Brazil Won’t Tolerate Mediocrity or Second Place… in Soccer

Because Brazil is one of the world powers in soccer, we are dissatisfied with ...

Only Education Can Bring Brazil Out of Its Backwardness

At the recent Pan American Games, the world saw the flag of Brazil raised ...

In Spite of Everything Brazilians Must Keep the Dream Alive

In the past, we ran risks and we had objectives. Now, there are no ...

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