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  • 09 august 2021

In this week's selection, Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta comments on bilateral relations between Brazil and the US in terms of the environment; and Trustee Joaquim Falcão writes on justice and the Brazilian judiciary system. Finally, CEBRI Trustee Demétrio Magnoli reflects on the idea of mandatory vaccination, individual rights and collective safety.

  • "Charging and Coalitions Demarcate the US-Brazil Relationship in the Environmental Area" article by Fernanda Magnotta. UOL, 08/05/2021. Read here.
  • "Who is the Owner of Justice in Brazil?" article by Joaquim Falcão. Valor Econômico, 08/06/2021. Read here.
  • "Why Oblige What is Good?" article by Demetrius Magnoli. Folha de S. Paulo, 08/07/2021. Read here.

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In this week's selection, Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta comments on bilateral relations between Brazil and the US in terms of the environment; and Trustee Joaquim Falcão writes on justice and the Brazilian judiciary system. Finally, CEBRI Trustee Demétrio Magnoli reflects on the idea of mandatory vaccination, individual rights and collective safety.

  • "Charging and Coalitions Demarcate the US-Brazil Relationship in the Environmental Area" article by Fernanda Magnotta. UOL, 08/05/2021. Read here.
  • "Who is the Owner of Justice in Brazil?" article by Joaquim Falcão. Valor Econômico, 08/06/2021. Read here.
  • "Why Oblige What is Good?" article by Demetrius Magnoli. Folha de S. Paulo, 08/07/2021. Read here.

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