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Brazil, Go to the Streets to Bring Justice!

As anyone who lived through the times of the Brazilian military dictatorship knows, Brazil ...

Why India Is Decades Ahead of Brazil

Besides religiosity, two things distinguish man from the other animals: walking on two legs ...

In Brazil, Apartheid Is a Growing Cancer

During the apartheid regime in South Africa, black people were segregated.  There were separate ...

Brazil Losing Another Race, This Time to Mexico

In the 1970s and 1980s few listened to those asserting that, due to their ...

Progress Should Spare Brazil’s Severinos

In front of the luxury hotels on Porto de Galinhas beach in southern Pernambuco ...

Brazil’s Cardoso: ‘The World Changed, But the Left Stayed the Same’

Shortly after the November 2, 2004 United States election, Brazilian Senator Cristovam Buarque paid ...

Furtado Left Brazil Moral Orphan

When an intellectual dies, we remain his or her disciples, when a political leader ...

Brazil’s PT Wins the Vote But Loses the Magic

After the municipal elections all the political parties commemorated victory, while the press demonstrated ...

Brazil’s Scarlet Letter: T, for Teacher

Brazil will be the country that we want only on the day that, when ...