Milan Sime Martinic

Milan Sime Martinić is a writer, analyst, and award-winning international correspondent with scientific, economics, and political background covering a wide range of places including the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, India, and Asia on issues such as global political shifts, poverty, and the coronavirus pandemic. He is the author of the novel “Ironway: Watching over Benjamin Hill” and is currently compiling a comprehensive narrative report and analysis on the COVID global health crisis.

Austrian concert celebrates Brazil’s Bicentennial and long friendship between the two nations

Four-hundred-and-forty-two years of Austrian–Brazilian friendship took the form and sounds of a Concerto Austriaco in Brazil’s capital Brasilia this past Tuesday, celebrating the bicentennial...

Brazil: Wonder Woman of Mathematics Nurtures a Global Circle of Discovery

By Milan Sime Martinic The students at the Escola Americana de Brasilia come to speak to their teacher Tifin Calcagni for help with math problems....

Brazil’s bicentennial celebrations reach a crescendo this June 7

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ancient sounds of a bagpipe will pierce the air at Auditório Eber Vasconcelos in Brasilia this June 7,...

Seeing life through the eyes of an artist: Fiona Murphy builds a legacy painting Brasilia and preparing young lives

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fiona Murphy is a woman with an intense demeanor that shifts between creative and analytical; she is a uniquely...

Brazil: Visual Arts exhibit by American School of Brasilia students, a melody for the eyes and the soul

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two years into their Visual Arts class the IB students at EAB, the American School of Brasilia, along with...

Brasilia gets a “photographic garden” exhibit commemorating anniversary of the city’s Botanic Gardens

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brasilians and visitors to the capital city will find the walls of the exhibit area of Brasilia’s Botanical Gardens...

Austria commemorates 442 years of friendship with Brazil with a Brasilia tribute to Stefan Zweig

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Exactly 80 years after the death of the great Austrian playwright, journalist, novelist, and cultural patron Stefan Zweig in...

Brasilia gets a new architectural and gastronomic addition in the heart of the city; ‘Comma’ market is designed as an relaxing pause for tourists...

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Beer was flowing as heavily as on an October day in Frankfurt. The vibrant ambiance took in the Friday...

How a Brasilia Facebook Forum became the glue that holds together the expat community

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A reimagined town square that fosters community as a safe haven and a well of information, a source of...

Brasilia’s Don Bosco sanctuary channels Brazil’s prophetic destiny

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is said that every country is an evolving spiritual entity grappling with its destiny. Brazil's capital is particularly...

Rare lenticular cloud creates a splashy show over Brazil’s capital

“Rows and flows of angel hair And ice cream castles in the air And feather canyons everywhere Looked at clouds that way… It's cloud illusions I recall I really...

Bolivia arrests its former interim president. Is it a witch hunt?

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a middle-of-the-night operation that followed a 12-hour siege of her home in the Amazonian region of Beni, Bolivia's...

Blackouts and shutdowns as historic winter storm paralyzes Texas, much of southern US

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A brutal storm is messing with Texas with temperatures so low they froze the turbines of windmills that provide...

In-depth: New, More Contagious, More Deadly Covid-19 Strain Likely Source of Surge in Amazonas

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new variety of Covid-19 which seems to have developed in far-western Amazonas state is faster, stronger, and more...

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