Friday, 9 December , 2022

Brazil

The Attack on Nature Is Putting Humanity at Risk

November 10, 2022 Dear friends, Greetings from the desk of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. In the last week of October, João Pedro Stedile, a leader...

Brazil Transformed

By Rodrigo Nunes 10 November 2022 The closest election in Brazilian history came to an end on 30 October, with Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva beating...

Four Ways Lula’s Victory Will Reshape the US-Led World

by Ted Snider Posted on November 02, 2022 On October 30, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva once again became president of Brazil. In the...

‘A Brazil of Hope’ as Leftist Lula Defeats Far-Right Bolsonaro in...

The Workers' Party candidate, who completed a remarkable political comeback less than three years removed from a prison cell, tweeted one word following his...

Bolsonaro Implements Policies that are Completely Subservient to U.S. government, Says...

By Julian Cola Oct. 28, 2022 Inauguration of a Fusion Center of Multinational Intelligence gathering located next to the pristine Iguaçu Falls—a long-held dream of the...

Brazil’s Runoff Election Will Have Enormous Effects on the Global Climate...

By C.J. Polychroniou, October 13, 2022 Brazil is now headed toward a rocky presidential runoff vote on October 30, after its October 2 election produced no clear...

The Amazon’s Last Chance

By Francisco Dominguez Oct. 3, 2022 Brazil went to the polls yesterday under unusual political circumstances: Lula, the Workers’ Party (PT) candidate and champion of the poor,...

Brazil is bracing for a right-wing insurrection far worse than the...

by Brasil de Fato July 08, 2022 The president of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), Minister Edson Fachin, declared that during this year’s presidential election, Brazil...

Hunger

The war in Ukraine has been catastrophic for world food prices, writes Vijay Prashad. But the problem didn’t start then.  By Vijay Prashad Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research Jul...

Brazil’s True Believers: Bolsonaro and the Risks of an Election Year

Jair Boonaro, Brazil’s president, risks losing his October bid for re-election. If he disputes the result, his shrinking but increasingly far-right support base might...