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By FLAVIA BIROLI: Perversities and setbacks in the abortion agenda

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The melancholic end of Estadão

By JULIAN RODRIGUES: Bad news: the almost sesquicentennial daily newspaper in São Paulo (and the best Brazilian newspaper) is rapidly declining

Workers' organizations

By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: In socialist revolutions in the 20th century, popular participation was intense, with workers, peasants and soldiers playing central roles in the revolutions

Empty university

By MARISA BITTAR: Regardless of the governments that follow and the demands of the teaching profession, the essential point of this strike is: who is interested in empty universities?

The society of dead history

By ANTONIO SIMPLICIO DE ALMEIDA NETO: The subject of history was inserted into a generic area called Applied Human and Social Sciences and, finally, disappeared into the curricular drain

How about we negotiate?

By RAFAEL CARDOSO SAMPAIO & LEON VICTOR DE QUEIROZ BARBOSA: Strikes are not the main current problems in education

Volodymyr Zelensky's trap

By HUGO DIONÍSIO: Whether Zelensky gets his glass full – the US entry into the war – or his glass half full – Europe’s entry into the war – either solution is devastating for our lives

The bottom of this well

By JULIAN RODRIGUES: Instant and massive repudiation of the “rapist’s PL” shows the strength of resistance

Strengthen PROIFES

By GIL VICENTE REIS DE FIGUEIREDO: The attempt to cancel PROIFES and, at the same time, turn a blind eye to the errors of ANDES management is a disservice to the construction of a new representation scenario

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The PL of rapists
The PL of rapists
By FLÁVIA BIROLI: Perversities and setbacks in the abortion agenda
PEC-65: independence or patrimonialism in the Central Bank?
PEC-65: independence or patrimonialism in the Central Bank?
By PEDRO PAULO ZAHLUTH BASTOS: What Roberto Campos Neto proposes is the constitutional amendment of free lunch for the future elite of the Central Bank
A few words about authoritarianism
A few words about authoritarianism
By JOSÉ LEON CROCHIK: The structure of our society has not changed substantially, it continues to be a world driven by a right-wing economic and political perspective
The melancholic end of Estadão
The melancholic end of Estadão
By JULIAN RODRIGUES: Bad news: the almost sesquicentennial daily newspaper in São Paulo (and the best Brazilian newspaper) is rapidly declining
Workers' organizations
Workers' organizations
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: In the socialist revolutions of the 20th century, popular participation was intense, with workers, peasants and soldiers playing central roles in the revolutions
Exits for the political moment
Exits for the political moment
By RENATO DAGNINO: Considerations based on an article by José Dirceu
Empty university
Empty university
By MARISA BITTAR: Regardless of succeeding governments and the demands of the teaching profession, the essential point of this strike is: who cares about empty universities?
The society of dead history
The society of dead history
By ANTONIO SIMPLICIO DE ALMEIDA NETO: The subject of history was inserted into a generic area called Applied Human and Social Sciences and, finally, disappeared into the curricular drain
How about we negotiate?
How about we negotiate?
By RAFAEL CARDOSO SAMPAIO & LEON VICTOR DE QUEIROZ BARBOSA: Strikes are not the main current problems in education
Volodymyr Zelensky's trap
Volodymyr Zelensky's trap
By HUGO DIONÍSIO: Whether Zelensky gets his glass full – the US entry into the war – or his glass half full – Europe’s entry into the war – either solution is devastating for our lives

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Theodor Adorno & Walter Benjamin — around an elective friendship
Theodor Adorno & Walter Benjamin — around an elective friendship
By WAGNER CAMPOS: Commentary on the book Lucyane De Moraes
Cross out this word
Cross out this word
By JOSÉ FERES SABINO: Commentary on the book by Ana Martins Marques
The Araguaia guerrilla in cinema
The Araguaia guerrilla in cinema
By ARTHUR MOURA: The debate on guerrilla warfare is not closed, as capitalism continues to act and radicalize its process of exploitation against the working class
I salute you, Palestine
I salute you, Palestine
By EDUARDO GALENO: Considerations on the film “Ici et ailleurs” by Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville
Crises and hegemonies — history in process
Crises and hegemonies — history in process
By JULIANE FURNO: Commentary on the recently released book by Leonardo Severo
About “The Anthropophagic Soldier”
About “The Anthropophagic Soldier”
By NABIL ARAÚJO: Three questions for Tales Ab'Sáber (and his readers)
Bolsonarism, integralism and fascism
Bolsonarism, integralism and fascism
By GUILHERME SIMÕES REIS: Preface to the recently released book by Sergio Schargel
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International relations and Marxism
By ANTONIO PEDRO BANDEIRA DE MELLO DE MIRANDA: Commentary on the books organized by Caio Bugiato by the Network for Studies in International Relations and Marxism.

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A strong state for a strong democracy
A strong state for a strong democracy
By LUIZ CARLOS BRESSER-PEREIRA: We must resist the pressures of neoliberalism and its evil baby: right-wing national populism
The denialist rubble
The denialist rubble
By TARSO GENRO: The eternity that does not exist is the eternity that thinks about always repeating the same humanity or that deems the extinction of humans impossible
About artificial ignorance
About artificial ignorance
By EUGÊNIO BUCCI: Today, ignorance is not an uninhabited house, devoid of ideas, but a building full of disjointed nonsense, a goo of heavy density that occupies every space
Africa: sharing, submission and resistance
Africa: sharing, submission and resistance
By OSVALDO COGGIOLA: The conquest of Africa by European powers was anything but a smooth and triumphant ride
Franz Kafka, libertarian spirit
Franz Kafka, libertarian spirit
By MICHAEL LÖWY: Notes on the occasion of the centenary of the death of the Czech writer
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Impasses and solutions for the political moment
By JOSÉ DIRCEU: The development program must be the basis of a political commitment from the democratic front
Confessions of a Catholic Lady
Confessions of a Catholic Lady
By MARILIA PACHECO FIORILLO: Congenital reactionism is not only the preserve of evangelicals
Germany – threats to freedom of expression
Germany – threats to freedom of expression
By FLÁVIO AGUIAR: In Germany there is a real painful and relentless political torticollis, in addition to the growth of intolerance and militarization

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CULTURE

The Araguaia guerrilla in cinema

By ARTHUR MOURA: The debate on guerrilla warfare is not closed, as capitalism continues to act and radicalize its process of exploitation against the working class

I salute you, Palestine

By EDUARDO GALENO: Considerations on the film “Ici et ailleurs” by Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville

International relations and Marxism

By ANTONIO PEDRO BANDEIRA DE MELLO DE MIRANDA: Commentary on the books organized by Caio Bugiato by the Network for Studies in International Relations and Marxism.

I suspect we are

By VITOR MORAIS: Each one in their own square, following the role assigned to them by a God who casts spells on the merchandise tribe

Men in the sun

By JOYCE CIPRIANO VICTURINO: Considerations about the book by Ghassan Kanafani

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The denialist rubble

By TARSUS GENUS: The eternity that does not exist is the eternity that thinks about always repeating the same humanity or that believes that the extinction of humans is impossible

About artificial ignorance

By EUGENIO BUCCI: Today, ignorance is not an uninhabited house, devoid of ideas, but a building full of disjointed nonsense, a thick goo that occupies every space

Memories of me

By AFRANIO CATANI: Commentary on Manuel Alegre's political and literary memories

The utopia of the feminine

By OLGARIA MATOS: Utopia is about the common good, about living together in a common world shared in love

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