One Year of War: Latin America and the Kremlin’s Narrative
In Latin America, positions that frankly support or minimize criticism about the Kremlin’s agenda are in good health.
Trumpism Deflates after the U.S. Midterm Elections
The elections turned out to be much more competitive than expected in swing districts and states, with Trumpist candidates failing to prevail.
Brazil is put in check by obscurantism
The campaign was guided mainly by anti-Bolsonarism and anti-Petism and there was no confrontation of ideas about the real problems of the country.
Pelosi in Taiwan: a political gesture and a disproportionate response
For years Xi maintained a discourse of peaceful cooperation and common progress as a framework for non-imperialist and non-violent expansion. With Pelosi’s arrival in the strait, the Chinese government showed a face it had worked hard to disguise.
Ecuador: Between outburst and dialogue
The Catholic Church will lead the mediation in the next 90 days. There will be shocks and ruptures, in a country that needs to return to the path of pacification with social justice, recomposition of the citizen fabric and zero impunity for infiltrated criminals that took advantage of the crisis to sow terror.
Global challenges are changing the paradigms of science
Current science aims to develop knowledge and high technology to better “manage” the Earth and its resources. However, it would probably be more worthwhile to focus on evaluating our behavior.