Violation of privacy is not for spies anymore.
<i>We should position Brazil as a third party in the dispute between China and the United States.</i>
South America is Brazil’s greatest priority in foreign relations – that’s how it was, at least, during the first decade of the millennium. Brazil rejected the Free Trade Area of the Americas, created the Union [Read more]
<i>Trump's defiant inaugural address reveals how the new president is coming out of the gate swinging, exactly as he promised over the course of his successful campaign.</i>
Michelle Obama’s embittered expression practically summed up the entire situation for adversaries of the new president. In front of outgoing [Read more]
Democracy is at risk precisely because, for diverse reasons, many voters today don’t feel they are effective participants in the political process.
<i>President Xi Jinping has defended the globalized economy and stated that his country will open its doors to partners at a time when Trump has charted the opposite course.</i>
If Donald Trump were, in fact, to make good on his presidential campaign promise to implement a protectionist approach to foreign trade, [Read more]
<b>Petition on Avaaz is receiving support from people around the world</b>
Practically every second the petition on the site Avaaz “World Leaders: Protect the Paris Accord” is receiving signatures from diverse countries such as Israel, Brazil and Russia—up to now, it has already received more than 820,000 of [Read more]
Trump rode the wave of the disenchanted. Now, he is ready to move into the White House for at least the next four years and quite possibly the next eight.
Let's simply remember some curious facts from a political past that does not always jibe with the vision of a winning and unbreakable national narrative.
<i> We hope that the withdrawal of support for Trump by his own party has not arrived too late. </i>
Although at this stage it might seem impossible, Donald Trump’s statements continue to surpass their own limits in vulgarity, reaching levels never seen before in American politics and rarely seen at some bars. A [Read more]