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  • 20 september 2021

This Monday's Articles and Interviews selection features an article by Celso Lafer, former Minister and Trustee Emeritus of CEBRI, co-authored with Felix Peña, in defense of Mercosur, published in the Argentine newspaper El Clarin and reproduced in the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo. In another article in the same newspaper, Lafer provides a philosophical analysis on the contemporary threats to Brazil's Constitution. In the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, Trustee Demetrio Magnoli analyzes the ideology of the Taliban and the groups that identify with it. Senior Fellow Lourival Sant’Anna analyzes the influence that the Taliban exerts on poor families in Afghanistan, in an article in O Estado de S. Paulo.

  • "Mercosur: A Joint Project That Remains in Force" | El Clarin, 09/17/2021.

"The Mercosur Project remains in force, but the accumulated experience requires revisions. Not from the original objectives contemplated, but from the methods foreseen in achieving these objectives." | Read the article by CEBRI Co-Founder Celso Lafer and Felix Peña here.

  • "Passion for the Taliban" | Folha de S. Paulo, 09/17/2021.

"Fuentes is a white supremacist who helped organize the Capitol invasion. The PCO is an extreme left sect registered as a party in Brazil's Supreme Electoral Court (TSE). The passion shared by the Taliban reveals something that goes beyond the banal realization that extremes meet at the end of the rainbow." | Read Trustee Demetrio Magnoli's article here.

  • "The Impact of the Taliban" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 09/19/2021.

"The Taliban could not have returned to power if they had not been able to recruit fighters and receive support from parts of the population. Perhaps one of the most intriguing questions regarding the fall of Kabul is who likes the Taliban in Afghanistan, and why?" | Read Senior Fellow Lourival Sant’Anna's article here.

  • "Evil, Schmitt and Our Circumstance" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 09/19/2021.

"There is a great harmony in the active evil present in the political coexistence between Schmittian paradigms and President Jair Bolsonaro's instinct for action." | Read the article by CEBRI Co-Founder Celso Lafer here.

 

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This Monday's Articles and Interviews selection features an article by Celso Lafer, former Minister and Trustee Emeritus of CEBRI, co-authored with Felix Peña, in defense of Mercosur, published in the Argentine newspaper El Clarin and reproduced in the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo. In another article in the same newspaper, Lafer provides a philosophical analysis on the contemporary threats to Brazil's Constitution. In the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, Trustee Demetrio Magnoli analyzes the ideology of the Taliban and the groups that identify with it. Senior Fellow Lourival Sant’Anna analyzes the influence that the Taliban exerts on poor families in Afghanistan, in an article in O Estado de S. Paulo.

  • "Mercosur: A Joint Project That Remains in Force" | El Clarin, 09/17/2021.

"The Mercosur Project remains in force, but the accumulated experience requires revisions. Not from the original objectives contemplated, but from the methods foreseen in achieving these objectives." | Read the article by CEBRI Co-Founder Celso Lafer and Felix Peña here.

  • "Passion for the Taliban" | Folha de S. Paulo, 09/17/2021.

"Fuentes is a white supremacist who helped organize the Capitol invasion. The PCO is an extreme left sect registered as a party in Brazil's Supreme Electoral Court (TSE). The passion shared by the Taliban reveals something that goes beyond the banal realization that extremes meet at the end of the rainbow." | Read Trustee Demetrio Magnoli's article here.

  • "The Impact of the Taliban" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 09/19/2021.

"The Taliban could not have returned to power if they had not been able to recruit fighters and receive support from parts of the population. Perhaps one of the most intriguing questions regarding the fall of Kabul is who likes the Taliban in Afghanistan, and why?" | Read Senior Fellow Lourival Sant’Anna's article here.

  • "Evil, Schmitt and Our Circumstance" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 09/19/2021.

"There is a great harmony in the active evil present in the political coexistence between Schmittian paradigms and President Jair Bolsonaro's instinct for action." | Read the article by CEBRI Co-Founder Celso Lafer here.

 

Note: Some news outlets limit full access to articles and interviews to their subscribers.

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