[E]ven U.S. allies are no longer willing to take sides when the U.S. and China have conflicts.
The continent's geopolitics will hinge around Trump, López Obrador and Bolsonaro, three leaders for whom foreign policy cannot be understood without a prior reinforcement of the domestic one.
Just like Trump, Bolsonaro had an election campaign in which he presented himself as an anti-establishment candidate that would not replicate the worn-out practices of traditional politics.
Araújo positioned himself ... as a “Trumpist,” as a party to the highly nationalistic − and anti-globalist − vision that the president of the United States embodies.
<i>The American filmmaker who presented “BlacKkKlansman” at the Los Cabos International Film Festival, asserts that the extreme right is taking advantage of fear.</i>
Spike Lee avoids mentioning the name of Donald Trump; he prefers to call him “Agent Orange,” or sometimes “son of a bitch.” “In my head, [Read more]
If such a maneuver actually occurs, there will be a significant change in tone in the position Brazilian diplomacy takes regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
This primal cry for demagogic leaders today has many echoes, both contemporary and in sync with the American shock wave.