JOÃO CARLOS MAGALHÃES is a journalist and a PhD Researcher at the London School of Economics, where he studies the ethics of digital platforms. For eight years, he worked at Folha de S.Paulo, Brazil's leading daily newspaper.
The strategies to keep Brazilian politicians in office, despite the numerous corruption scandals
Economic recession and hopelessness. These feelings are not exactly new to Brazilians
A silent erosion of Brazil's rule of law is taking place
Now that people have forgotten about Dilma Rousseff, Michel Temer’s shortcomings are becoming more and more evident to the public
To limit federal spending without approving reforms is to impose a huge burden over underprivileged populations
Lula’s indictment was a flawed move by federal prosecutors, and could jeopardize Car Wash operation
A new era begins with the dethroning of the Workers’ Party, and its outcome depends on a few factors
Now that the frenzy of the Olympics is over, Brazil must face the consequences of their expense
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