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Latin America

Russia without Putin

RUSSIA: One day Putin will leave the Kremlin – but that will not change anything, writes Tony Wood in his book on power and continuity in today's Russia, in which he attacks several well-known myths.

The world is out of step

ESSAY: The world has gone completely off the hook and has been doing it for a long time.

War and sensuality in the youth guerrilla

YOUTH IN WAR: Despite its many references to, among other things, the Lord of the Flies and the Apocalypse now! Latin American Monos is in many ways a unique film.

While we wait for Belo Monte

RIO DE JANEIRO: Large areas of untouched forests in indigenous territories will be submerged, and 20 000 people will be forced to leave their homes. The disputed hydropower project Belo Monte is also under investigation by corruption – but the fight against the power plant is still considered lost.

From diplomatic dwarf to humanitarian superpower?

BRAZIL: Many fear the lack of international orientering with President Dilma Rousseff will lead to Brazil losing the status the country has gained in recent years.

A new type of superhero – more fun

The Brazilian people are upset and excited as an epoch-making corruption scandal plows new ground.

Firearm's many stories

After being shot at on several occasions, Iain Overton decided to write a book on firearms. Now he is Norwegian in action with A bloody journey through an armed world.

No one wants to talk about that

In Brazil, it is prohibited by law to abort a pregnancy, yet one million Brazilian women risk both life and health at illegal abortion clinics every single year.

propaganda War

The United States is stepping up sanctions against Venezuela, calling it a "security threat". A failed strategy, Latin American scientists believe.