Tag: Brazil

Select period from
to
Violence against environmental activists escalates alongside political impunity
World
Violence against environmental activists escalates alongside political impunity
October 11, 2021

With nothing to hold governments or the UN accountable, protection remains elusive when juxtaposed against the reassurance of neoliberal profit.

NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
August 27, 2021

We should expect to see the U.S. continue to downsize its commitments outside of the Americas, and we expect to see the U.S. increase its efforts to reintroduce a Monroe Doctrine 2.0 inside the Americas, Joaquin Flores writes.

NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
Security
Without Access to the Sputnik V Vaccine, Brazil Turns to U.S. and EU for Surplus Doses
World
Without Access to the Sputnik V Vaccine, Brazil Turns to U.S. and EU for Surplus Doses
May 7, 2021

Vaccine diplomacy is indeed a reality, and one that is severely mismanaged to the benefit of countries that boast allegiances.

Broken Environmental Pledges in Brazil
May 1, 2021

It remains to be seen whether the international community can curb Brazil’s neoliberal profit upon environmental exploitation, Ramona Wadi writes.

Broken Environmental Pledges in Brazil
World
Sign up for
the Strategic
Culture Foundation
Newsletter
‘Pacification’ – the Euphemism for Brazil’s Dictatorship Under Bolsonaro
World
‘Pacification’ – the Euphemism for Brazil’s Dictatorship Under Bolsonaro
April 11, 2021

While Bolsonaro may have recently stirred a rift between the government and the military, any divergences or differences of opinion or strategy between both entities will still veer toward the right-wing ideology.

China Rises in Latin America as Sun Sets on the Monroe Doctrine
April 7, 2021

China’s rise in trade, business and influence in Latin America has been comparatively ignored. But it is happening. It is real.

China Rises in Latin America as Sun Sets on the Monroe Doctrine
World
Militarising the Amazon
World
Militarising the Amazon
April 4, 2021

Despite the centrality of indigenous peoples to sustainable environments, governments and corporations are doing the utmost to ensure indigenous erasure.

The Dawning of the Age of Nefarious
March 31, 2021

If Friedrich Engels were alive today, he would likely define the criminal neglect of Covid-19 by the like of Trump and Bolsonaro as “social murder,” Wayne Madsen writes.

The Dawning of the Age of Nefarious
Society
More