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Opinion: The risks and costs of the blackout for Brazil

By Wagner Victer Opinion: In 2001, we had a widespread energy shortage in our energy matrix due to a lack...

Opinion: Luis Arce’s UN speech is a monument to hypocrisy

By Mauricio Ríos García (Opinion) The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is not usually the...

Hacking of Chilean military’s emails reveals sensitive information about Alberto Fernández

A hack of the emails of Chile's top military officials has revealed intelligence information about Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez. According to Infobae, the leak reveals...

Opinion: Is Brazil’s growing private weapons arsenal a problem during the election?

(Opinion) "Firearms are a guarantee for the survival of the family," Jair Bolsonaro said at a public event in...

Opinion: Petro is making progress in implementing the Chavista...

By Nitu Pérez Osuna* (Opinion) The chapter of a new war in Colombia has already been written for all to...

Opinion: With cheap Russian gas, China will leave the EU behind

(Opinion) Bad news for the European Commission (EC). To replace the money lost by...

Opinion: the numbers prove Bolsonaro right, Brazil is very close to be a global economic power

By Benjamin Forgat (Opinion) Even if many don't want to hear or believe it, Brazil gets closer every day to becoming a truly global economic powerhouse. While other regions in the world are sinking into chaos, the...

Opinion: Colombia and Venezuela – from rivals to partners in one month

(Opinion) Until three weeks ago, Venezuela and Colombia had no diplomatic relations. But life takes some radical turns, and politics is not exempt from such abrupt changes. With Gustavo Petro taking power in the Casa de...

GringoView: about time to discover Brazil’s rich folk art heritage

(Opinion) It's about time the artificial quality barrier that appears to exist between things foreign and Brazilian should be broken down. What is foreign and...

Street vendors in Angola ask for urgent help and warn of risk of revolt

They are ubiquitous in Luanda, selling a little bit of everything, from fruit to bags of peanuts, water bottles, lunch boxes, cell phone chargers, car accessories, clothes, maps of Angola, and a variety of goods...

Opinion: Does Portugal need Brazil to be Portuguese?

By Rodrigo Tavares* (Opinion) There is no other comparable case in history. After bringing about the independence of a former colony, D. Pedro returns to the metropolis to assume the colonizer's crown, adding to his royal title...