We don't have to defend Lula to say his conviction is just about keeping him out of the 2018 presidential race.
Sean Purdy teaches the history of workers’ and social movements at the University of São Paulo and is an activist in the Party of Socialism and Freedom (PSOL).
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Despite some victories for the socialist left, last weekend’s Brazilian municipal elections saw the continued rise of the Right.
Despite police violence, millions are resisting the parliamentary coup in Brazil and trying to build a political alternative.
Yesterday's vote to impeach Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff wasn't about corruption — it was about the Right's bid for power.
Five points on the political crisis in Brazil — and what it means for the Left.
Corruption scandals and neoliberal economic policies have weakened the Workers' Party government in Brazil.