China-US trade war
Brazilian presidential candidate (and favorite) Lula: “Instead of depending on the US Dollar, we will create a common currency for Latin America”
Lula's advisers propose to establish a South American Central Bank - comments from Venezuela, Argentina and Brazil itself.
Lula’s Presidential Campaign: Launch of the Popular Committees of Struggle
The role of Popular Struggle Committees in the Brazilian elections and beyond.
Facing the “worst crisis in the history of Brazil”
Interview with João Pedro Stédile.
Lula is coming back
Impressions from an 18-hour bus trip in Brazil and more.
The road to October in the Brazilian political scenery
Attacks, coups, unexpected alliances, retreats from candidacy and frauds are all among the options in the electoral process that might jeopardize the whole political system.
“The world is in transition”
Great opportunities for a national, sovereign and autonomous project of development.
Six elections the entire world will be watching in 2022
Elections in South Korea, France, the United States, Libya, Hungary and Brazil may give shifts to global politics in 2022.
Mercosur and the risks of rupture inside the commercial block
Argentina and the other members of the bloc defend contradicting internal and external policies
Lula: Back to the ring
Brazilian Workers' Party's Lula da Silva returns to the political struggle in a very divided, militarized country. Can he succeed?
Why does the US want to attract Brazil to its orbit?
Why Bolsonaro traveled to the United States to meet with political and economic figures who will in some way demarcate the future of the country
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