Former Brazilian president Lula’s release from jail last week shows how the establishment seems to always find a way, no matter how serious the consequences for society might be, to protect their favourites.Read More
About The Author
Bruno Pontes is a freelance journalist and a Business undergraduate in Dublin. Originally from Brazil, where he worked in journalism for ten years, his main interests are in politics and culture
Author: Bruno Pontes
The Brazilian conservative movement gathered momentum last week by hosting the first Conservative...Read More
Fires in the Amazon rainforest drew the international attention this summer, but Bolsonaro says the bad press against his government over environmental issues is being fuelled by countries that have interests in the weakening of Brazilian agriculture and in the mineral riches of the Amazon underground.Read More
Hackers invaded the University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit database and published on the...Read More
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