Analysis on the government’s strategy and the fact that some media outlets blaming immigrants for the policy of cuts. And why some sectors of the press would prefer to see a more confrontational and less constructive Brexit.
Fleeing the Portuguese dictatorship with his family in 1965 shaped his desire to investigate the interior and exterior reality of emigration. He speaks about the shame of being forced to leave your roots for economic and political reasons. When politicians criminalize migrants, while permitting their exploitation, film must speak out. […]
He is pessimistic about a decent settlement now that Congress is dominated by right-wing groups. His lifelong respect for the way of life leads him to say that it is the politicians who are truly savages: they are destroying their own means of existence with agribusiness.
“Martírio” tells the story of the Guarani indigenous and their struggle for land rights against the wealthy Ruralista landowner lobbies.
Difficult. They won’t allow it. At the time of writing this column, 24 hours has passed since a constitutional majority declared the independence of the Spanish autonomous community. Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marín It has been a unilateral declaration, which has triggered radical decisions by the Spanish government, […]
No one knows her by her first name; few had contact with her when she was living in Java; but the press, literature and cinema have converted her into a legend after being shot for espionage in France. Elsy Fors Garzón The popular Brazilian writer, Paulo Coelho and […]