Federal Police arrested some of Bolsonaro’s closest aides and carried out search warrants against former ministers and high-ranked military officers. The allegation: plotting a coup.
The third-term president has used his experience and personal relationships with lawmakers to build the majorities that now support his agenda.
Community-centred approaches to urban agriculture have been successful in various parts of the world.
A smuggling crackdown has threatened the livelihoods of the people who are just scraping by in this South American arbitrage economy.
Trees in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest depend heavily on primates for their survival, but agriculture and deforestation are threatening them both.
From the 1950s to the early 1970s the carnival was a place for queer expression and attracted performers from as far away as Brazil.
A longstanding territorial dispute could flare into open confrontation in South America.
The drought is expected to affect the region until mid-2024 at the earliest. Signs of its severity include the lowest water levels in the city of Manaus in 121 years.
As detailed in a June 2023 event in Grenoble, France, business schools hold partial responsibility for the longstanding behaviour of multinational corporations (MNCs) in indigenous territories.
At the United Nations and elsewhere, the response by the US and Western Europe to events in Israel and Gaza have been out of step with that of governments in Africa, South America and Asia.
According to a new UN report, invasive species do more than US$423 billion in damage worldwide every year. Four articles explore examples, from mollusks to poisonous fish.
Indonesia has taken a good decision by not joining BRICS, but still needs to be aware that this bloc remains important for the country, and ASEAN.
As the Brics alliance signs up new members, Russia continues to win over more allies.
The African continent is an obvious contender for courting by major powers.
BRICS nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – compose 41% of the world population and almost a third of global GDP.
The Canadian government’s attempts at public consultations have fallen short when developing regulatory frameworks for AI. More needs to be done to ensure that policies serve the public.
In different parts of the world, managing debt on a day-to-day basis is a real job, and one that is mainly taken on by women.
It is not mere expansion, but the character of the expansion which will guide the five Brics countries on whether they admit new members.
Judicial activism can be a double-edged sword. While it swiftly penalized Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro for election misinformation that stoked violence, it’s resulted in anti-choice laws in the U.S.
Research has found that race-neutral policies were not enough to achieve diversity in Brazil’s higher education system. Three scholars probe what that means for the United States.