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Arkady Petrov

Arkady Petrov is a Russian native living between Brazil and China. He holds a Master degree in Journalism and International Relations.

Putin’s Stark Demand: Surrender Territory for Peace Talks with Ukraine

In a bold ultimatum, Russian President Vladimir Putin demanded Ukraine withdraw its forces from four eastern regions: Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia. He links these...

Modi’s G7 Trip Highlights India’s Global Ambitions

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the G7 Summit in Apulia, Italy, marks his first international trip since starting his third term. This trip...

Brazil Advances Amazon Oil Exploration

Brazil is pushing ahead with oil exploration in the Amazon's Equatorial Margin, near the iconic river basin. President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Petrobras...

Brazil’s Tax Reform: States and Cities Eye Wealthier Wallets for Revenue Boost

Brazil's sweeping tax reform is making headlines as it seeks to boost local and state government revenues. The reform targets wealth through the taxation of...

Latin America’s Struggle for Energy Independence Amid Geopolitical Tensions

Latin America stands at a critical juncture in the global energy landscape. Region has renewable energy potential but hampered by global conflicts and internal...

Economic Battle Lines: G7 Targets Small Chinese Banks Over Russia Ties

In a significant development, G7 nations have issued a stern warning to smaller Chinese banks. These banks are under scrutiny for allegedly helping Russia...

Lula’s Strategic G7 Appearance Aims to Influence Global Policy

This week, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva joins world leaders at the G7 Summit in Borgo Egnazia, Italy. Hosted by Italian Prime Minister...

Left-Wing Wins Majority, Right Surges in Dutch EU Elections

In a significant political shift, the left-wing coalition of the Labour Party and the Green Left in the Netherlands secured 8 seats in the...

Brazil Takes Aim at Online Misinformation with Help from Tech Giants

Brazil's Supreme Court has partnered with top social media platforms like YouTube, Meta, Google, Microsoft, Kwai, and TikTok. They aim to curb misinformation by educating...

Demanding Justice: Brazil Seeks $21 Billion for Dam Disaster Reparation

In 2015, the Fundo Dam in Brazil burst, unleashing a flood of toxic mud over villages and into vital waterways. Responsible for this disaster, mining...

Brazilian Senate Endorses 20% Tax on Low-Value Imports to Boost Auto Industry

In a decisive move, the Brazilian Senate endorsed a bill imposing a 20% tax on imports up to $50. This legislative stride bolsters the automotive...

Brazil’s New TSE President Fights Fake News Amid Parliamentary Challenges

Cármen Lúcia, newly inaugurated as Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) president, targets misinformation for the 2024 elections. Her strategy involves strict enforcement against fake news,...

Sky-High Salaries: Why Brazil’s Judiciary Costs So Much More Than France’s

Brazil's judicial system incurs significant costs, as highlighted by cases managed by Judge Maria Izabel Pena Pieranti. She handled the 2022 homicide case involving a...

Brazil Steps Back from Venezuela’s Election

(Analysis) Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court (TSE) will not observe Venezuela's presidential elections on July 28, 2024. This announcement, made today, has sparked significant debate. Brazil's...

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