Ayatollah Trump

by John Feffer If Donald Trump goes to church regularly, he’s kept it a pretty good secret. He and his wife have made sure to alert the press on the few times he does attend services, for instance on Christmas… Continue Reading  

Bolsonaro and the Rainforest

by Paul R. Pillar Newly inaugurated Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro lives up to the label “Trump of the tropics” in many ways, including his misogynistic comments and a racist streak that surfaces in his disparaging treatment of minorities. But the… Continue Reading  

A Letter to Brazil, from a Friend Living Under Duterte

by Walden Bello Dear friends: I’m writing to you on the eve of your going to the polls to determine the future of your wonderful country. I think it’s no exaggeration to say that the fate of Brazil hangs in… Continue Reading  

Why Is the Radical Right Still Winning?

by John Feffer Less than a month ago, the candidate leading in the polls in the Brazilian presidential election was a jailed ex-politician who technically couldn’t even run for office. It gets even weirder. Brazilian voters have put corruption near… Continue Reading