Opinion by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A century ago, Davos was the setting for Thomas Mann’s novel “The Magic Mountain”: it featured a cloister peopled with wealthy patients seeking a cure for tuberculosis. Today, Davos features a cloister peopled with wealthy “patients” seeking a cure for the world’s ills, or a pulpit for self-promotion.
At Davos this week, Brazil’s President Bolsonaro made a perfunctory speech, using only six minutes of his . . .