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  • Opinion: It Is Not a Coup, But It Looks Like

    The impeachment, I read everywhere, is a legitimate and democratic instrument provided by the Constitution. Of course it can be traumatizing and exceptional, but...

    Published on 09/23/2015 - 10h05

  • Editorial: Roussef Has Her Last Chance to Save Her Administration

    Amidst a very serious political and economical crisis, that she helped to create and to which she has responded in an erratic and uncoordinated way; witnessing the deep corrosion of her popular and parliamentary support, coupled with the ethical dismantling of her party, the PT, and the other parties that support her, the Dilma Rousseff administration is hanging by a thread.

    Published on 09/14/2015 - 06h09

  • Viral and chronic

    You may have heard about the black American professor who was denied access to one of Sao Paulo's Five-star hotels where he was scheduled to deliver a lecture.

    Published on 09/07/2015 - 02h00

  • Opinion: Brilliant Brazil, Incredible India

    Brazilians do not adequately comprehend India through local newspapers or television; neither do Indians learn much about Brazil through their media. True, the Football World Cup drew worldwide attention and many Indians saw the "beautiful game"; millions caught glimpses of Brazil on TV.

    Published on 08/28/2015 - 09h27

  • Opinion: A New Phase

    The Brazilian economy has been rebalancing. It is responding to the changing terms of trade exchanges and the exhaustion of countercyclical policies and greater exposure of the public sector to financing sectors of the economy.

    Published on 08/04/2015 - 09h05

  • Editorial: Treasures Made of Stone

    The parched landscape, typical of the Brazilian semi-arid northeast, does not let into the past of the Araripe Basin.

    Published on 07/17/2015 - 08h53

  • Opinion: A Test for Your Coup-Friendly DNA

    Coup d´état, the plague that poisoned the Republic, has returned to daily life. There are coup-friendly genes in the purest souls. Milton Campos (1900-1972), a liberal model, served as a Justice Minister to the embarrassed dictatorship of Marshal Castello Branco.

    Published on 07/14/2015 - 09h01

  • Opinion: The Bullet and the Bible

    After the nonsense that has been occurring in the lower house of Brazil's Congress, a reader of this newspaper wrote the other day that the country is finally paying the price for an old disregard: the terrible public education standards.

    Published on 07/08/2015 - 08h55

  • Opinion: Yoga Serves as São Paulo's Indian Connection

    Exactly five years ago when my first flight to Brazil was landing in São Paulo, I looked down my window with a touch of panic. It seemed as if the aircraft was going to land over a grey haze with millions of lights jammed into it.

    Published on 06/21/2015 - 06h00

  • Editorial: Brazil Must Innovate or Else

    A perfect tempest is brewing in the most dynamic sectors of Brazil's economy, and it derives from the inability to innovate. The country's traditional dependency on foreign technology, combined with a fall in production, has suspended or delayed badly needed investment.

    Published on 06/16/2015 - 09h06