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Is chief-editor and founder of Opera Magazine. Was correspondent in Venezuela for the same publication. Was a columnist and international correspondent for Global Independent Analytics.

Amazon: Crocodile tears don’t put out fire

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In 1977, during a meeting of the Brazilian Society for the Progress of Science (SBPC), Brazilian anthropologist Darcy Ribeiro stated: “It has never been...

Brazil: The Speaker of the House and the morality in Politics

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Morality is, perhaps, the main component of politics. Political theorists, including realist ones, looked at morality for years, trying to unravel, after all, what...

Fidel Castro: Ideas can not be killed

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"A little tired, we had to sleep in the worst conditions, on the slopes of the mountain, without a sleeping bag or anything, and...

Chronicle: Third World, A Train to Nothing Else

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It was one of these accursed days in which I had to say her goodbye. I got my backpack, gave her a kiss and...

Elections in Colombia: Latin America at the Crossroads

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Iván Duque is Colombia's new President. With 10,3 million votes, the uribista* candidate triumphed over the center-left candidate Gustavo Petro by a margin of...

Venezuela: Guarimba is not Rumba

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"Maracayeros were victims of repression for hours this Saturday - the citizens protested against the repression and honored Fabián Urbina." That's how the Venezuelan...

“To avoid bloodshed” – A historical trap

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To avoid bloodshed. The benevolent and heroic phrase has appeared, in its various forms, as a historical constant in the World's political history. In Brazil,...

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