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If  mind-stopping cliches of violence and corruption do not correspond with voting patterns or Bolsonaro’s governmental plan why did he win the election? It …

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If they wanted to stop the return to fascism, the hegemonic political forces that seized power in 2016 would have already done so because the …

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Once in office, Jair Bolsonaro – aligned with other right-wing governments in Latin America and backed by the US – could launch a military …

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Police officers interrogated professors, banned activities, took down banners and seized hard drives By Pedro Ribeiro Nogueira As Brazil’s runoff elections approach, electoral court …

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The normalization of Bolsonaro’s candidacy is, in itself, a dangerous development for a country that until recently seemed to be on a path of …

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With a politics of hope over hate, of education over arms, of development over privatisation, at the head of a broad pro-democracy front which includes …

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One part of Bolsonaro’s supporters believe in a democracy on paper and a dictatorship on the streets. Another part of his supporters openly defends …

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After the coup, Brazil took a favorable position towards North American geopolitical interests  and transformed itself, once again, into a geopolitical satellite of the …

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By Nate Allen. Bolsonaro’s team appears to have already sold out Brazil’s foreign policy to Trump, without the White House lifting a finger. If …

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Bolsonaro’s illegal slush-fund financed social media campaign appears too sophisticated for his tiny political party to be doing on its own.   By Brian Mier …

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