Check Out the Latest Articles and Interviews by CEBRI's Experts

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  • 04 october 2021

Check out this Monday's Articles and Interviews edition, featuring Trustee Izabella Teixeira's interview about the COP-26's key climate agendas with Valor Econômico; Trustee Demétrio Magnoli's article on Chancellor Angela Merkel's legacy for Germany; an article by CEBRI Honorary President and Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, who provides a social analysis of Brazil and its inequalities; Trustee Emeritus Roberto Teixeira da Costa's article on hope and Brazil's future; Senior Fellow Lourival Sant'Anna's analysis of the global energy crisis; Trustee Joaquim Falcão's interview on the impacts of the 7 September protests on the Brazilian Supreme Court (STF); Trustee Armínio Fraga's interview with the CBN radio station about the current political, economic and social situation in Brazil; Trustee Paulo Hartung's interview on the 2022 elections; and Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta's article on the Aukus agreement, which established a military pact between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia at the expense of France.

  • "Izabella Teixeira: At COP-26, It Is Necessary to Overcome Climate Fatalism" | Valor Econômico, 10/04.

"At the signing of the Paris Agreement, what existed was climate denialism, which we overcame. At COP-26, it is necessary to overcome climate fatalism, the feeling that there is no way out." | Read the interview with Trustee Izabella Teixeira here.

  • "Merkel, the Minimalist Chancellor" | O Globo, 10/04.

"Unlike Kohl and two other iconic postwar prime ministers, Merkel doesn't leave an obvious, compact legacy that can be synthesized in a single stroke." | Read Trustee Demetrio Magnoli's article here.

  • "Modernity and Inequalities" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 10/03.

"The key is missing: that the people press for their rights, that they fulfill their duties and, above all, that the elite look around and become aware that, with so much inequality, national prosperity disappears in the suburbs and countryside. What exists needs to expand, otherwise we will continue to be what we have always been: a country of the future, but whose reach depends on having the necessary awareness of how much more we need to be truly "modern", that is, more egalitarian." | Read Honorary President Fernando Henrique Cardoso's article here.

  • "Confidence in Recovery" | O Globo, 10/03.

"I'm not trying to mask the situation, but we have to be confident in restoring and highlighting the positive aspects that make us sure that we will overcome this phase and reactivate the belief in our future." | Read the article by Trustee Emeritus Roberto Teixeira da Costa here.

  • "Global Energy Crisis" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 10/03.

"Energy is the basis of all economic activity. Its scarcity affects the production and transportation of food, raw materials and finished products. An energy clash between the pandemic and COP-26 (UN climate conference, next month in Glasgow) was exactly what the world did not need." | Read Senior Fellow Lourival Sant'Anna's article here.

  • "The Supreme Court in the #EP17 Week" | Supreme Court in the Week, 10/02.

"The 7th of September created something that Brazil needs more and more, the unity between ministers in their defense of Brazil's key institutions. Divergence is needed in votes and interpretations. Convergence in the decision to defend the institution. And this decision marked a clear path in the direction of unity from the Supreme Court." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Joaquim Falcão here.

  • "In Brazil, 'There is a Lack of Peace and Clearer Leadership', Says Arminio Fraga" | Jornal da CBN, 10/01.

"In an interview with Jornal da CBN, economist and former president of the Central Bank, Arminio Fraga, analyzes the Brazilian situation. For him, political instability has deepened the economic crisis, which is now also aggravated by the pandemic. Fraga also assesses that the current situation reinforces the importance of investing in the Brazilian public health system (SUS) and in education." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Arminio Fraga here.

  • "Paulo Hartung Argues that Haste in the Electoral Calendar is One of the Main Problems in Brazil" | Jornal da CBN, 10/01.

"In an interview with Jornal da CBN, the former governor of Espírito Santo argued that authorities need to put aside next year's election and focus on citizen care. Paulo Hartung also stated that the complicated Brazilian situation depends on the choices made by government officials, who generally choose the easiest path. He cited the environment as an example and highlighted that the country could be a leader in these discussions." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Paulo Hartung here.

  • "In Agreement with Australia, Biden Assures that 'America Comes First'" | UOL, 09/30.

"'America First' is not the exclusive flag of one president, whether Democrat or Republican. it is about the imperative of objective interests materializing before our eyes." | Read Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta's article here.

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Check out this Monday's Articles and Interviews edition, featuring Trustee Izabella Teixeira's interview about the COP-26's key climate agendas with Valor Econômico; Trustee Demétrio Magnoli's article on Chancellor Angela Merkel's legacy for Germany; an article by CEBRI Honorary President and Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, who provides a social analysis of Brazil and its inequalities; Trustee Emeritus Roberto Teixeira da Costa's article on hope and Brazil's future; Senior Fellow Lourival Sant'Anna's analysis of the global energy crisis; Trustee Joaquim Falcão's interview on the impacts of the 7 September protests on the Brazilian Supreme Court (STF); Trustee Armínio Fraga's interview with the CBN radio station about the current political, economic and social situation in Brazil; Trustee Paulo Hartung's interview on the 2022 elections; and Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta's article on the Aukus agreement, which established a military pact between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia at the expense of France.

  • "Izabella Teixeira: At COP-26, It Is Necessary to Overcome Climate Fatalism" | Valor Econômico, 10/04.

"At the signing of the Paris Agreement, what existed was climate denialism, which we overcame. At COP-26, it is necessary to overcome climate fatalism, the feeling that there is no way out." | Read the interview with Trustee Izabella Teixeira here.

  • "Merkel, the Minimalist Chancellor" | O Globo, 10/04.

"Unlike Kohl and two other iconic postwar prime ministers, Merkel doesn't leave an obvious, compact legacy that can be synthesized in a single stroke." | Read Trustee Demetrio Magnoli's article here.

  • "Modernity and Inequalities" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 10/03.

"The key is missing: that the people press for their rights, that they fulfill their duties and, above all, that the elite look around and become aware that, with so much inequality, national prosperity disappears in the suburbs and countryside. What exists needs to expand, otherwise we will continue to be what we have always been: a country of the future, but whose reach depends on having the necessary awareness of how much more we need to be truly "modern", that is, more egalitarian." | Read Honorary President Fernando Henrique Cardoso's article here.

  • "Confidence in Recovery" | O Globo, 10/03.

"I'm not trying to mask the situation, but we have to be confident in restoring and highlighting the positive aspects that make us sure that we will overcome this phase and reactivate the belief in our future." | Read the article by Trustee Emeritus Roberto Teixeira da Costa here.

  • "Global Energy Crisis" | O Estado de S. Paulo, 10/03.

"Energy is the basis of all economic activity. Its scarcity affects the production and transportation of food, raw materials and finished products. An energy clash between the pandemic and COP-26 (UN climate conference, next month in Glasgow) was exactly what the world did not need." | Read Senior Fellow Lourival Sant'Anna's article here.

  • "The Supreme Court in the #EP17 Week" | Supreme Court in the Week, 10/02.

"The 7th of September created something that Brazil needs more and more, the unity between ministers in their defense of Brazil's key institutions. Divergence is needed in votes and interpretations. Convergence in the decision to defend the institution. And this decision marked a clear path in the direction of unity from the Supreme Court." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Joaquim Falcão here.

  • "In Brazil, 'There is a Lack of Peace and Clearer Leadership', Says Arminio Fraga" | Jornal da CBN, 10/01.

"In an interview with Jornal da CBN, economist and former president of the Central Bank, Arminio Fraga, analyzes the Brazilian situation. For him, political instability has deepened the economic crisis, which is now also aggravated by the pandemic. Fraga also assesses that the current situation reinforces the importance of investing in the Brazilian public health system (SUS) and in education." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Arminio Fraga here.

  • "Paulo Hartung Argues that Haste in the Electoral Calendar is One of the Main Problems in Brazil" | Jornal da CBN, 10/01.

"In an interview with Jornal da CBN, the former governor of Espírito Santo argued that authorities need to put aside next year's election and focus on citizen care. Paulo Hartung also stated that the complicated Brazilian situation depends on the choices made by government officials, who generally choose the easiest path. He cited the environment as an example and highlighted that the country could be a leader in these discussions." | Listen to the interview with Trustee Paulo Hartung here.

  • "In Agreement with Australia, Biden Assures that 'America Comes First'" | UOL, 09/30.

"'America First' is not the exclusive flag of one president, whether Democrat or Republican. it is about the imperative of objective interests materializing before our eyes." | Read Senior Fellow Fernanda Magnotta's article here.

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