Jair Bolsonaro could render the EU's climate action meaningless, if the newly elected leader of Latin America's biggest country follows through with plans to allow massive deforestation.

On October 28, Brazilians elected Jair Bolsonaro president of Brazil, Latin America’s largest country and the world’s 8th largest economy but humans rights groups and environmentalists are worried, here's why...

Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro Announces 1st Woman Cabinet Member

Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro has announced that Congresswoman Tereza Cristina Dias will be his new Agriculture Minister. Dias, from Mato Grosso,

‘Trump of the tropics’ unlikely to tinker with Brazil-Africa trade ties

It remains to be seen what President Bolsonaro will do about Brazil's membership of Brics, writes Emile Myburgh

Brazilians handed over their fragile democracy to a president with dictator potential | Miami Herald Brazilians handed over their fragile democracy to a president with dictator potential

Jair Bolsonaro, like Donald Trump, understood that citizens were willing to forfeit the freedoms of their neighbors in exchange for the promise of economic growth and security.

What The Brazilian Presidential Election Means For The Amazon Rainforest

As part of his “Brazil first” platform, Jair Bolsonaro pledged to roll back protections for the Amazon rainforest and indigenous lands.

Spencer Swanson | Far-right despot or economic savior? Welcome to Bolsonaro’s Brazil

Cabinet has extended congratulations to two countries – Brazil for electing far-right Jair Bolsonaro as its president, and Ethiopia for electing its first female president, Sahle-Work Zewde.

What President Bolsonaro Means for China-Brazil Relations

Will Jair Bolsonaro’s tough talk on China translate into policy?

The West removes Its mask

A few days after Pig-King Trump announced that the brazen and brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi could not be allowed to get in the way of American arms sales to the House of Saud, Jair Bolsonaro became the Brazilian President-elect. Described as the Brazilian Trump by news outlets convinced that everything is derived from the West, Bolsonaro has waxed nostalgic about Brazil's former military dictatorship, is proudly homophobic, has sexually harassed female politicians on camera, and has declared the Amazon Rainforest open for business.

Do Brazilians Really Care about the Environment?

The election of Jair Bolsonaro as our next president suggests we don’t, but the truth is more complicated