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About Oliveira

I'm a Social Scientist interested to study and provide analysis of global relevant issues. I'm bachelor in Social Sciences at Federal Fluminense University, and also earned Logistics degree from Paulista University and postgraduate in Business Management at INPG / Castelo Branco University, Brazil. For professional contact send an email to rrsoliveira@hotmail.com

Brazil – President Addresses General Debate, 75th Session

22 Sep 2020 –  Jair Messias Bolsonaro, President of the Federative Republic of Brazil, addresses the general debate of the 75th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 22 – 29 September 2020). In a video message, Brazilian President … Continue reading

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Speech by Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro at the opening of the 74th United Nations General Assembly – New York, September 24, 2019 – video.

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Speech by Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro at the opening of the 74th United Nations General Assembly – New York, September 24, 2019

Mr. President of the General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, Mr. Secretary-General of the UN, António Guterres, Heads of State, of Government and of Delegation, Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a new Brazil, resurgent after being on the brink of … Continue reading

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Immigration and Cultural Marxism

Nowadays we see in the US an intense and persistent dispute between democrat and republican parties about how to deal with immigration, which is not just an humanitarian problem and a way to renew and to promote sustainable development according … Continue reading

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How to implement socialism in Brazil? Strategy and tactics from workers’ party and its communists allies

The Brazilian democracy holds a dangerous and impressive political system. It permits that political parties which support totalitarian ideologies take place at the political life in the country as if they were democratic parties. The greatest expression of this reality … Continue reading

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Putin’s advance in Europe

The Soviet Union dissolution was the greatest geopolitical disaster of the twentieth century. This dramatic statement was attributed to Vladimir Putin, the current Russian president and former officer of the KGB (Committee for State Security), the old Soviet Secret Service. … Continue reading

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Brazil: It is time to take clever decisions

The Brazil’s GDP (gross domestic product) was just 0.9% in 2012. This poor result has rekindled the debate about the Brazilian government ability to ensure the economic development. After a considerable period of growth in the last decade with 3.6% … Continue reading

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Diaoyu – Senkaku Islands Dispute

On September 2012, it was possible to watch several demonstrations of nationalist behavior in China and Taiwan to protest against Japanese control over a small and remote group of islands in the East China Sea. This archipelago is comprised by … Continue reading

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China, Pakistan and India disputes

The recent history of Asia presents two crucial events which were observed immediately after World War II. One of them is the People’s Republic of China foundation on October 1949, as a result of a terrible civil war, in which … Continue reading

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Chinese Development and its Growth – An overview

Recently, during China’s 18th Party Congress, Chinese government defined the leadership of the Communist Party that will govern the country for the next 10 years. There was nothing new in the choice of Xi Jinping to succeed Hu Jintao in … Continue reading

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