You’ve grown accustomed to reading The Brazilian Report‘s content online. Now, we’re bringing you our latest project: Explaining Brazil, a weekly podcast. We will talk about the most pressing issues in Brazil, ranging from politics, to economics, to social issues.
Explaining Brazil # 135 Neither to the left, the right, or in the center
Brazil’s “Big Center” were the big winners of this year’s municipal elections, despite being regularly demonized by the population. We explain who they are and how they work.
Explaining Brazil #134 Has second wave already begun?
Just as Brazilians were starting to get used to their so-called new normal, a second wave appears to be on the horizon.
Explaining Brazil # 133 Who tried to hack the municipal election?
After weeks of gloating about its fast and efficient vote count system, Brazil’s election authorities were hacked during Sunday’s vote, raising cybersecurity fears.
Explaining Brazil #132 What Brazil can teach the U.S. about elections
The U.S. election process took days to confirm a winner. Were it to have taken place in Brazil, the entire vote count would have been wrapped up within a couple of hours.
Explaining Brazil #131 Banking transformation PIX up steam
Brazil’s Central Bank has launched PIX, its new instant payment system. We analyze what changes this brings to the country’s financial landscape.
Explaining Brazil #130 Throwing Pinochet's legacy on the fire
Chile will be the neoliberalism tomb?
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Informative and interesting
A good way to understand Brazil from a well-informed Brazilian perspective.