Bolivia Rejects Interventionist Statements by Brazilian President

By Peoples Dispatch Global Research, July 01, 2022 Peoples Dispatch 30 June 2022 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and... Continue Reading →

The War on Journalists and Environmental Defenders in the Amazon Continues

By Karla Mendes Global Research, June 22, 2022 Mongabay 16 June 2022 Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** Since I became an environmental journalist six years ago, my family, friends and acquaintances all labeled me “crazy”. Why? Because they were extremely scared after  reading my articles and hearing... Continue Reading →

U.S. Envoy Victoria Nuland Goes to Brazil. Will Washington Endorse Lula?

US “Confidence” in Brazilian Electoral System Raises Suspicions By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida Global Research, May 06, 2022 InfoBrics Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** Electoral tensions are growing in Brazil. On the one hand, Jair Bolsonaro, who began his government with a stance of automatic alignment with... Continue Reading →

These Countries Are Willing to Risk US Ire Over Russia-Ukraine

The Global South is not intimidated and has increasingly refused to ally with the West on sanctions and condemnations. By Stephen Kinzer Global Research, May 03, 2022 Responsible Statecraft 2 May 2022 Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** Americans are fervently cheering for Ukraine in a war that... Continue Reading →

Five Years Since Brazil’s 2016 Coup: An Interview with Dilma Rousseff

The 2016 coup was ground zero. It was the inaugural act, but the process continues By Dilma Rousseff and Olímpio Cruz Neto Global Research, September 06, 2021Brasil Wire 31 August 2021 *** Five years after being removed from the Presidency of the Republic during an impeachment in which no crime of responsibility was established, economist Dilma Rousseff has a clear vision... Continue Reading →

The Violence of the Postwar: Historical Cases of Punitive Peace and the Current Brazilian Situation

By Prof. Mauricio Metri Global Research, September 01, 2021 *** Throughout history, the end of wars does not necessarily close the violence against defeated societies. In most cases, winners head the negotiations of the peace process. The talks often involve resentments and always different national interests about the future and the post-war features.  Amid the great... Continue Reading →

Over 32,000 People Dead in Brazil Following COVID-19 Vaccines According to Official Media Report

By Brian Shilhavy Global Research, August 20, 2021Health Impact News 19 August 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** A Health Impact News reader from Brazil has alerted us... Continue Reading →

End of Deforestation Tracker for Brazil’s Cerrado an ‘Incalculable Loss’

By Fernanda Wenzel Global Research, August 20, 2021Mongabay 19 August 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** The Brazilian Cerrado savanna, a global biodiversity hotspot that has already lost half of... Continue Reading →

Bolsonaro’s Popularity Continues to Plummet as Venezuela Becomes Hot Topic Again

By Paul Antonopoulos Global Research, August 17, 2021InfoBrics All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** Earlier this month, the National Committee for Refugees of Brazil (Conare) extended until December... Continue Reading →

Biden Admin Offers Hand of Friendship to Bolsonaro

Latest U.S. government visit is further evidence that the Biden administration has no qualms about supporting Brazil’s far-right military-dominated regime. By Nathalia UrbanGlobal Research, August 10, 2021Brasil Wire 6 August 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). ... Continue Reading →

Brazil’s US-Backed Military Regime Casts Shadow Over Hopes for 2022 Election

By Brasil Wire Global Research, August 06, 2021Brasil Wire 3 August 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** Without acknowledgement of Brazil’s government for what it is – effectively... Continue Reading →

Under Bolsonaro, Attacks on Amazonians Have Skyrocketed

A new report finds that violence against Indigenous people, quilombolas and peasants is on the rise as Bolsonaro-enabled capitalists continue to eat away at the Amazon. By Leonardo Fuhrmann Global Research, July 26, 2021Progressive International 5 July 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top... Continue Reading →

Planned Brazil-Peru Highway Threatens One Of Earth’s Most Biodiverse Places

By Fabiano Maisonnave Global Research, July 23, 2021Mongabay 22 July 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** Serra do Divisor National Park on Brazil’s border with Peru is home... Continue Reading →

Bolsonaro and the CIA Conspire Against “New Pink Tide” in South America

By Nathalia Urban Global Research, July 05, 2021Brasil Wire 3 July 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** As reported yesterday, the CIA Director William J. Burns travelled to Brazil to meet... Continue Reading →

Brazil Suspends Covaxin Contract as Scandal Becomes Too Hot for Bolsonaro

An invoice for advance payment of $45 million raised by the offshore partner of Bharat Biotech is certain to become the reason for the impending cancellation of the contract. By Shobhan Saxena and Florencia Costa Asia-Pacific Research, July 02, 2021The Wire 30 June 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down... Continue Reading →

Loophole Lets Soya Farmers Tear Down the Amazon

By Andrew Wasley, Alexandra Heal, and et al. Global Research, May 30, 2021The Bureau of Investigative Journalism 19 May 2021 The Amazon rainforest is still being burnt to make way for soya to feed the world’s livestock, despite supposedly tough rules designed to prevent precisely this deforestation. An investigation has uncovered how three of the world’s biggest food businesses... Continue Reading →

And the loser in Brazil is – neoliberalism

By Pepe Escobar Sun, sex, samba, carnival and at least until the World Cup hammering by Germany, the "land of football". And don't forget "vibrant democracy". Even as it enjoys one of the highest soft power quotients around the world, Brazil remains submerged by cliches. "Vibrant democracy" certainly lived up to its billing as President... Continue Reading →

BRICS came near losing Brazil

The United States needed just three more percent to get rid of Russia's BRICS ally, Brazilian leader Dilma Rousseff. Money and experience of George Soros was used along with manipulations in electronic vote counting, but it was probably a miracle that did not let that happen. Such miracles do not repeat twice, though. Russia should... Continue Reading →

Brazil: Dilma wins hottest election in Brazil’s history

Pravda.Ru Dilma Rousseff (PT) has won the second round of the Brazilian Presidential election with 51.64% of the vote, against Aécio Neves' 48.36% after obtaining 41.59 per cent of the vote in the first round against Aécio Neves (PSDB) (33.55%). With 99 per cent of the vote counted, Dilma has received 54,500,287 out of 112,682,849... Continue Reading →

Soros and the CIA Now Banking on Neves to Defeat Rousseff

by Wayne Madsen After the "accidental" death of socialist candidate Eduardo Campos, Brazilians were asked to choose their president among three main candidates: outgoing President Dima Rousseff, the Social Democrat Aecio Neves, or Campus’ substitute, the environmentalist Marina Silva, known for her links with George Soros. Silva’s decision to rally behind Neves seemed to ward... Continue Reading →

Marina Silva backs candidate of Brazilian right against Workers Party

By Bill Van Auken 13 October 2014 With just two weeks till the second round vote in Brazil’s presidential election, the candidate of the PSDB (Brazilian Social Democracy Party), Aecio Neves, is running neck and neck in most polls against Workers Party incumbent President Dilma Rousseff. Polls have shown the two candidates in a statistical... Continue Reading →

Candidate’s death in plane crash reconfigures Brazil’s presidential race

By Bill Van Auken 16 August 2014 Brazil’s Workers Party (PT) President Dilma Rousseff declared three days of national mourning following Wednesday’s death of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) candidate Eduardo Campos in a plane crash in the port city of Santos. Six members of his campaign staff also lost their lives. Campos, a three-time governor... Continue Reading →

Brazil marks 50 years since US-backed coup

By Bill Van Auken 2 April 2014 Brazil this week marks the 50th anniversary of the April 1, 1964, military coup that subjected Latin America’s largest country to 21 years of brutal dictatorship. The events of 50 years ago were orchestrated from start to finish by the CIA, the State Department, the Pentagon and the... Continue Reading →

Over one million petition for Brazil to grant asylum to Snowden

By Bill Van Auken  18 February 2014 Supporters of Edward Snowden have handed in to Brazil’s Foreign Ministry a petition signed by more than 1.1 million people calling upon the government of President Dilma Rousseff to grant the US National Security Agency whistle-blower asylum in the country. The petition, begun last November on the Avaaz web site,... Continue Reading →

Brazil’s Petrobrás sells off Peruvian stake to China

By César Uco  15 January 2014 As part of a strategy to concentrate its activities in the domestic arena, Brazil’s national oil company, Petrobrás, decided to sell its entire stake in three Peruvian oil and gas fields to PetroChina for the amount of US$2,600 million, according to the Hong Kong Exchange. For Petrobrás, the deal... Continue Reading →

Glenn Greenwald: Enemy of the State

By Natasha Vargas-Cooper October 25, 2013 "Information Clearing House - Glenn Greenwald scrunches over his laptop, the fizzing, glinty look in his eyes settling into something more staid and intense. It’s twilight in Gavea, the upscale enclave of Rio de Janeiro built alongside a hand-planted rainforest in the Zona Sul. The monkeys who routinely raise hell... Continue Reading →

Cutting the Cord: Brazil’s Bold Plan to Combat the NSA

President Dilma Rousseff wants to route internet traffic away from the US, but experts say it will do little to deter American espionage By Amar Toor September 27, 2013 "Information Clearing House - Revelations about the American government’s ongoing electronic surveillance have sent shockwaves across the globe, but few countries have reacted as boldly as Brazil, where lawmakers... Continue Reading →

One-day protest strike in Brazil

By Rafael Azul  4 September 2013 On August 30 Brazilian trade unions carried out a 24-hour national day of mobilization and paralysis—“Dia Nacional de Mobilização e Paralisação”—to demand more social spending, a shorter workweek, and to protest a proposed labor law. This Friday’s strike was meant as a follow up to the Dia Nacional de Luta—National Day of Struggle—of... Continue Reading →

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