Armed forces

Talking on the tightrope

By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”, by Ana Cristina Braga

The coup that lasts 60 years

By EDSON TELES: Reflecting on simplifying narratives about the 1964 coup and the dictatorship and going beyond the superficialities helps to understand the four years of an authoritarian government

Inflection points

By JEAN MARC VON DER WEID: We did not change course with the military coup of 1964, but the intensification of the worst characteristics of our nationality represented a turning point

The coup, dictatorship and academic revisionism

By MICHEL GOULART DA SILVA: The revisionist movement does not take place in a vacuum, but expresses fundamental political debates, especially which sectors would be the protagonists of the coup and which would be its victims

Military dictatorship, Amazon and agriculture

By JOSÉ RAIMUNDO TRINDADE: The dictatorship deepened Brazilian dependence, trapped society in an iron circle of poverty and subservience, the center of which was control of the land and the annihilation of the Amazon and the original peoples

Woe to you, 64

By FLAVIO AGUIAR: The Coup of 64 created a kind of black box in everyone's lives. There is always something that is difficult or even impossible to completely decipher

Sixty years later

By VALERIO ARCARY: Military Bonapartism in Brazil tried to legitimize itself as a regime that defended the nation against the danger of communism. At the height of violence, military Bonapartism degenerated into a semi-fascist regime

60 years since the 1964 coup

By MILTON PINHEIRO: In this event, several relevant questions arise for the political and historiographical debate. These are questions that date back to the period 1945-1964

When the West discovers that its war is ineffective

By ALEX VERSHININ: The West is losing the war in Ukraine because it does not have the economy, doctrine and military structure best suited to this form of conflict, which occurs through friction and not movement

Lula cannot fear the military

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO: The cry “no amnesty” expresses the democratic will. But there is a huge gap between this will and the organization of the Armed Forces mission to guarantee national sovereignty and democracy.

Lula and obscurantism

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO: Lula's determination to remain silent regarding the 1964 coup is unacceptable; goes against his own history and confronts the forces that guaranteed his election

Letter to the Supreme Commander

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO, ADRIANA MARQUES, PIERO LEIRNER, SUZELEY KALIL MATHIAS, ANA PENIDO: Society's involvement in the National Defense Policy is essential, which must establish guidelines for military reform

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Armed forces

Talking on the tightrope

By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”, by Ana Cristina Braga

The coup that lasts 60 years

By EDSON TELES: Reflecting on simplifying narratives about the 1964 coup and the dictatorship and going beyond the superficialities helps to understand the four years of an authoritarian government

Inflection points

By JEAN MARC VON DER WEID: We did not change course with the military coup of 1964, but the intensification of the worst characteristics of our nationality represented a turning point

The coup, dictatorship and academic revisionism

By MICHEL GOULART DA SILVA: The revisionist movement does not take place in a vacuum, but expresses fundamental political debates, especially which sectors would be the protagonists of the coup and which would be its victims

Military dictatorship, Amazon and agriculture

By JOSÉ RAIMUNDO TRINDADE: The dictatorship deepened Brazilian dependence, trapped society in an iron circle of poverty and subservience, the center of which was control of the land and the annihilation of the Amazon and the original peoples

Woe to you, 64

By FLAVIO AGUIAR: The Coup of 64 created a kind of black box in everyone's lives. There is always something that is difficult or even impossible to completely decipher

Sixty years later

By VALERIO ARCARY: Military Bonapartism in Brazil tried to legitimize itself as a regime that defended the nation against the danger of communism. At the height of violence, military Bonapartism degenerated into a semi-fascist regime

60 years since the 1964 coup

By MILTON PINHEIRO: In this event, several relevant questions arise for the political and historiographical debate. These are questions that date back to the period 1945-1964

When the West discovers that its war is ineffective

By ALEX VERSHININ: The West is losing the war in Ukraine because it does not have the economy, doctrine and military structure best suited to this form of conflict, which occurs through friction and not movement

Lula cannot fear the military

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO: The cry “no amnesty” expresses the democratic will. But there is a huge gap between this will and the organization of the Armed Forces mission to guarantee national sovereignty and democracy.

Lula and obscurantism

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO: Lula's determination to remain silent regarding the 1964 coup is unacceptable; goes against his own history and confronts the forces that guaranteed his election

Letter to the Supreme Commander

By MANUEL DOMINGOS NETO, ADRIANA MARQUES, PIERO LEIRNER, SUZELEY KALIL MATHIAS, ANA PENIDO: Society's involvement in the National Defense Policy is essential, which must establish guidelines for military reform

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Ilan Lapyda Joao Paulo Ayub Fonseca Eliziário Andrade Ronaldo Tadeu de Souza Joshua Pereira da Silva Marjorie C. Marona Bruno Fabricio Alcebino da Silva Marcelo Phintener Angelita Matos Souza daniel afonso da silva Roberto Bueno Marcos Aurélio da Silva Julian Rodrigues Renato Nucci Jr. Jorge Almeida Ari Marcelo Solon Luciano Nascimento Yanis Varoufakis Henri Acselrad Lorenzo Stained Glass Mariarosaria Fabris Marcelo Ridenti Marcos Dantas Leonardo Boff Rubens Pinto Lyra Florestan Fernandes Gilberto Lopes Bento Prado Jr. Mario Maestri Leonardo Sacramento Luiz Werneck Vianna Francisco de Oliveira Barros Junior Sandra Bitencourt Francisco Teixeira Marcus Ianoni André Luiz de Souza Osvaldo Coggiola Priscila Figueiredo Paulo Butti from Lima Matheus Silveira de Souza Lucas Fiaschetti Estevez Elias jabbour Eugenio Bucci Gaius Navarro of Toledo Boaventura de Sousa Santos José Manuel de Sacadura Rocha Vanderlei Tenorio Alysson Leandro Mascaro Renato Dagnino Luiz Roberto Alves Cesar Locatelli Tales Ab'Saber Luiz Renato Martins Deborah Mazza Anderson Alves Esteves Gabriel Cohn Paulo Nogueira Batista Jr. William Preger Marcio Salgado Katia Gerab Baggio Celso Favaretto Ana Penido Francisco Fernandes Ladeira Valerio Arcary Rafael Valim Sergio Scargel Michael Lowy Rodrigo de Faria Ricardo Gebrim Carlos Eduardo Bellini Borenstein Luiz Costa Lima Roberto Noritomi Ernani Chaves michael roberts Marilia Pacheco Fiorillo Rafael R. Ioris Slavoj Žižek John Kennedy Ferreira Gilberto Maringoni Ricardo Antunes Osame Kinouchi Octavian Helene Joao Sette Whitaker Ferreira Daniel Brazil Joao Quartim de Moraes Chico Whitaker Ivan da Costa Marques Christian Dunker Antonio Valverde Alexandre G. de B. Figueiredo Iury Tavares Joao Carlos Salles Salem Nasser Thiago Bloss de Araujo Fernão Pessoa Ramos Luiz Marques Jean-Pierre Chauvin Alexandre Juliete Rosa Vladimir Safari Walnice Nogueira Galvão Marcus Mazzari Marcelo Modolo pressure gauge Simao Pedro Mark Silva Everaldo de Oliveira Andrade Heraldo Campos Vinicio Carrilho Martinez Alexandre de Lima Castro Tranjan Bernardo Joao do Rego Monteiro Moreira Leonardo Avritzer Afrânio Catani Luis Felipe Miguel Michel Aires de Souza Dias Liszt scallop Maria Rita Kehl Olgaria Matos Ruben Bauer Naveira Jeremy Corbyn Paulo Sergio Pinheiro berenice bento Atilio A. Borón Sergio Amadeu da Silveira Joao Lanari Bo Elenira Vilela José Micaelson Lacerda Morais Valerio Arcary Carla Teixeira Carlos Tautz Tadeu Valadares Ronald Leon Núñez Ronald Rocha Claudius Katz Anselm Jappe Airton Paschoa Manuel Domingos Neto Dennis Oliveira Juarez Guimaraes Alfredo Saad Filho Antonio David Eugenio Trivinho Andre Rodrigues Ricardo Pagliuso Regatieri John Adolfo Hansen Benicio Viero Schmidt Francisco Foot Hardman Joao Carlos Brum Torres Alessandro Octaviani Alexandre de Oliveira Torres Carrasco Caio Bugiato José Geraldo Couto Jose Raimundo Trinidad Jorge Branco Arlenice Almeida da Silva Annateresa Fabris Andres del Rio Antonio Martins Andrew Korybko Luis Fernando Vitagliano Jean Marc Von Der Weid Armando Boito Fernando Nogueira da Costa Alexandre de Freitas Barbosa Celso Frederick Denilson Cordeiro Henry Burnett Gerson Almeida André Singer Jose Luis Fiori Mauro Luis Iasi Chris Hedges Fernando Sarti Ferreira Jorge Luiz Souto Maior Paulo Capel Narvai Tarsus-in-law Marcelo Guimaraes Lima Yuri Martins-Fontes Leda Maria Paulani Fabricio Maciel Ladislau Dowbor Geraldo Oliveira Ricardo Musse Arnaldo Sampaio de Moraes Godoy Francisco Pereira de Farias Joao Carlos Loebens José Machado Moita Neto Pedro Benedito Maciel Neto Antonio Sales Rios Neto Andre Marcio Neves Soares Ricardo Iannace Guilherme Rodrigues Alexandre Aragão de Albuquerque Bernardo Ricupero Paulo Martins Edward Borges Gilberto Bercovici Igor Felipe Santos Wecio Pinheiro Araujo Mariana Lins Costa Luiz Augusto Estrella Faria Jefferson Nascimento Paulo Fernandes Silveira Paulo Silveira Daniel Aarão Reis Thomas Piketty Michel Goulart da Silva Jose Costa Junior Fabio Konder Comparato Flavio R. Kothe Samuel Kilsztajn Anselmo Pessoa Neto Piero Detoni Daniel Costa Diogo Fagundes João Feres Junior Carlos Águedo Paiva Eleutério FS Prado Ricardo Fabbrini Lincoln Secco Milton Pinheiro Erico Andrade Antonino Infranca Denis de Moraes Remy Jose Fontana Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira Luiz Bernardo Pericas Eleonora Albano Ricardo Abramovay Luiz Eduardo Soares Bruno Beaklini Chico Alencar William Nozaki Francisco Louça Plínio de Arruda Sampaio Jr. Ronaldo Tamberlini Pagotto Laymert Garcia dos Santos Marilena Chauí Bruno Machado Flavio Aguiar Dirceu

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