Brazilian fascism has finally come to light: it is supported by some sectors of the police and the Armed Forces, and is politically linked to far-right extremist groups in the Americas and Europe.
Since the end of the Cold War, organized crime has increasingly become the main source of revenue for terrorist groups around the world.
Co-author Emmanuel Guerisoli
The recent racist mass shooting in Buffalo has a global history preceding it. In fact, the terrorist’s “manifesto” praises Argentina on its first page, for its alleged racial situation.
What is legitimate and what is not? Should governments negotiate with terrorist and criminal networks to reduce crime and homicide? Both questions, and many others, arise under this theme. In terms of security and negotiations, there is a wide constellation of cases between states, insurgent groups, and guerrillas, but less so with terrorists or drug cartels.