The contexts are unique, but the underlying premise and patterns are hauntingly familiar: a controversial, ideological, and often extreme figure rises from relative political obscurity to become a country’s hard-partisan populist leader by “saying what they want.” This individual often lies with few filters, connects with voters through personal storytelling on social media, and projects a heavy hand and air of “authenticity” to gain an almost cult-like following from voters disillusioned with the “establishment.” We saw it in the United States with Donald
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Domenica poco più di 150 milioni di brasiliani saranno chiamati alle urne per eleggere i nuovi presidente e vicepresidente, e per rinnovare il parlamento. Gli ultimi sondaggi danno per favoriti il presidente uscente Jair Bolsonaro, di estrema destra, e Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, leader del Partito dei Lavoratori e già capo di stato fra 2003 e 2010.
The MED This Week newsletter provides expert analysis and informed comments upon the MENA region’s most significant issues and trends. Today, the focus is on Iran, where widespread protests over the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini have shaken the country for the last two weeks, posing a new existential challenge to the Raisi administration.
Brazil is heading into a polarized and potentially explosive presidential election October 2nd and – if it is necessary – a second round October 30th. The contest pits two polar opposites on the political spectrum: incumbent populist president Jair Bolsonaro and former president Luiz Inàcio Lula da Silva (Lula).
The President who will govern Brazil from January the1st, 2023 will have to face an economic situation characterized by a slightly improving internal situation, but by an unfavourable international context. The future economic policy will be very different in the case of the victory of Jair Bolsonaro or Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva.
I gasdotti Nord Stream 1 e 2 potrebbero risultare inutilizzabili per sempre. E tra accuse di sabotaggio e nuove interruzioni, i prezzi del gas tornano a salire.
After years shaped by enormous economic difficulties –aggravated by a devastating COVID-19 pandemic– and growing diplomatic isolation, Brazil is heading towards a presidential election which will have a profound impact on the country’s place in the world.
With about six weeks to go until the 2022 U.S.