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Brazilgate Is Turning Into Russiagate 2.0
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Brazilgate Is Turning Into Russiagate 2.0
June 21, 2019

The Intercept‘s bombshell about Brazilian corruption is being ludicrously spun by the country’s media and military as a “Russian conspiracy,” writes Pepe Escobar.

Bienvenidos PROSUR: a Return to Fascist Oligarchies in South America
April 4, 2019

Trump and his team of neocons will now concentrate their efforts on overthrowing Maduro and subjecting his last remaining allies to regime change operations, Wayne Madsen writes.

Bienvenidos PROSUR: a Return to Fascist Oligarchies in South America
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Trump’s ‘Drang nach Suden’
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Trump’s ‘Drang nach Suden’
March 24, 2019

Although Trump's invitation to Brazil to join NATO is based on Trump's overall stupidity, there is undoubtedly interest by his national security adviser, John Bolton, and "special envoy" for regime change in Venezuela.

Is NATO Going South?
March 23, 2019

NATO is an anti-Russian alliance. Whether this is good or bad is up to the reader but the fact is that it was born for this purpose and continues to exist primarily for this purpose today.

Is NATO Going South?
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Venezuela Tops CIA’s Agenda for Brazil’s President
Venezuela Tops CIA’s Agenda for Brazil’s President
March 20, 2019

On his first visit to the U.S., President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro eagerly receives his instructions from the CIA and Trump’s foreign policy team.

Insights on the Iran Deal, BRICS and Handling a Crisis in Venezuela
January 29, 2019

Amorim is universally recognized as one of the top diplomats of the young 21st century. I had the pleasure of meeting Ambassador Amorim, who is also the author of ‘Acting Globally: Memoirs of Brazil’s Assertive Foreign Policy’in Sao Paulo. Here are some highlights of our conversation – from the birth of BRICS to the current Venezuela crisis.

Insights on the Iran Deal, BRICS and Handling a Crisis in Venezuela
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From the Barracks to the Courtroom: US ‘Lawfare’ in Action
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From the Barracks to the Courtroom: US ‘Lawfare’ in Action
January 18, 2019

Pro-democracy forces should worry about armies of judges and lawyers armed with nothing more than constitutional provisions and criminal codes stretched to the point of incredulity.

Why Does the Media Think Brazil’s Populism Is Authentic but Not America’s?
November 2, 2018

Of course, Bolsonaro is often compared to a tough guy up north. Indeed, he seems to revel in his nickname: “Tropical Trump.” Needless to say, any connection to President Trump is enough to make the American MSM see red. 

Why Does the Media Think Brazil’s Populism Is Authentic but Not America’s?
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