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Why we must beware the oversimplification of political terms

March 23, 2022

A second 'Pink Tide’ rises in Latin America, but will it last?

January 28, 2022

Why conservative voters in Brazil make women more vulnerable to violence

July 6, 2021

Bloodthirsty Brazilian police have redefined what it means to be a criminal

June 15, 2021

Amid the pandemic Bolsonaro intimidates critics with dictatorship-era law

April 1, 2021
March 24, 2021

The annulment of ex-president Lula’s conviction is a turning point in Brazil’s 2022 elections

Larissa Peixoto Gomes The possibility of Lula running for office in 2022 has already nudged Bolsonaro to change course. Yet, write Larissa Peixoto Gomes and Fernanda Barasuol, although Lula’s candidacy is a likely scenario, it is not guaranteed Read more
October 16, 2020

Academic feminists beware: Bolsonaro is out to crush Brazil’s 'gender ideology'

Fernanda Barasuol Although it claims to protect women, the Bolsonaro government is running a crusade against the human rights of women and LGBTQ individuals, writes Fernanda Barasuol. Attempting to ban gender studies in universities is one example of how the government works against women’s right to defend themselves Read more

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