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EU’s “vampire treaty” with Mercosur

Why is the far-right climate change denier Bolsonaro, with his desire to decimate Brazil’s rainforests in record time, supposed to be a strategic partner for a democratic Europe?

Gerhard Dilger

Indigenous rights

Indigenous peoples have endured the enforcement of despicable, fascist, predatory and devastating policies in their territories.

RLS Sao Paulo

Sabotage of South-South integration

Colombia's impending withdrawal has left UNASUR on the edge of collapse. Why has the organization continued to struggle?

Gabriel Gonzalez

Conference in Amazonia

The Movement for Popular Sovereignty in Mining celebrates its sixth birthday and faces the challenge of putting one of Brazil's most conflictive production chains on the country's agenda

Verena Glass

North african challenges

As a Tunisian participant in the 2018 WSF, I could not help but notice the similarity with the 2013 and 2015 WSFs which both took place in Tunisia

Belhassen Handous

The Cape Town Water Crisis

"I think we have to be careful - what makes it into the news isn’t the whole story. There is scarcity but there’s also the manufactured scarcity of who gets the water." Mary Galvin, University of Johannesburg

Interview by Tadzio Müller

Brazil at a crossroads

The Brazilian Left is still paralyzed by the question that even the grim results of the Porto Alegre sentence did not put to rest: will Lula be a presidential candidate in 2018?

Sabrina Fernandes