Reporting from Ceará, Brazil Only health reasons have kept Brazilian President from visiting China within the first 100 days of his third government. On March 24, during the routine medical check-up before leaving for an international commitment, the Brazilian president’s ...

By Ana Laura Dagorret / reporting from Rio da Janerio, Brazil * The governments of Brazil and China have advanced in negotiations so that trade and investment between the two countries can be carried out directly between the Real and ...

On February 9, President Lula da Silva, following the tradition that characterized his two previous governments of visiting the United States in his first months in office, landed at Saint Andrews Air Base, in the state of Maryland. From there, ...

By Walter Sorrentino * It is an honor to address you in congratulating on the success of the 20th Congress of the CPC of China at a time of rejoicing for theextraordinary victoryachieved in Brazil, electing president Luiz Inácio Lula ...

After being relentlessly persecuted, former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva returns to the Brazilian political arena. A victim of lawfare, he was convicted and sent to prison in 2018, where he spent 580 days behind bars. The resultant was ...