Forced Contact with Brazilian Tribes Is Genocide, Says Indian Leader

South American tribes have denounced the call from American academics Kim Hill and Robert ...

Impeachment Act: The Brazilian Plot to Keep Corruption and Impunity Going

The already fragile legitimacy of Michel Temer’s interim government in Brazil took a huge ...

Too Early to Write Off the Left in Latin America

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

A Legacy of Rio Olympics: 4,000 Families Evicted

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

Revenge of the Right in Brazil?

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

The Ritual Sacrifice of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff

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

A Book on Brazil’s Recession, Corruption and Inequality

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

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 ...