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When Luis Inacio Lula da Silva took office in 2003, one of his first moves was to prioritize open source software for the federal …

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The following article is an edited version of the transcripts of an interview Chuck Mertz conducted with Brasil Wire editor Brian Mier on This …

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The Guardian kicked off a week of coverage about São Paulo today, as part of its Rockefeller Foundation sponsored “Cities” Series.  Although part of …

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As the May regime collapses into economic chaos and repression, what hope now for the British people?   Following a disastrous and disputed General …

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At this time of crisis in the media industry, it is with regret that an article like this even needs to be published, but analysis …

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Chuck Mertz: I am going to start by getting you angry about the New York Times. There have been protests of late in Brazil, …

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When an estimated one million people took to the streets across Brazil on #15M – March 15 2017, to protest Michel Temer’s unelected Government …

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In 2016, with Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment underway, a rumour spread that actor Wagner Moura, regular collaborator with director Jose Padilha, had refused the role of …

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This week, embattled Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff invited correspondents from large global media organisations, some of which her administration had previously snubbed, to a …

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A momentous week in Brasil was also one where the dominant international narrative shifted from widespread depiction of a “Heroic Impartial Anti-Corruption Campaign” (If …

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