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Joana Ramiro

Joana Ramiro is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and political commentator.

Articles

Is Lula Bored of the Climate Crisis Already?
Joana Ramiro
He’s busy on the international stage.
How Far Will Lula Go to Protect Indigenous Brazilians?
Joana Ramiro
Taking on powerful lobbies is no mean feat.
Brazil Election: Lula May Be in the Lead, But He’s Up Against a Powerful Ideology
Joana Ramiro
To defeat Bolsonaro, Lula will need charisma and substance. Luckily, he has both.
Brazil Election: Standing With Lula Means Standing Against Poverty
Joana Ramiro
Lula lifted 20 million people out of poverty during his presidency. Bolsonaro threw the same number back into destitution.
‘We Can Change Things, It’s Time’: With Days to Go, Lula Could Clinch a First-Round Win in Brazil
Joana Ramiro
But Bolsonaro won't go quietly.
Angolans Are Done With a One-Party State
Joana Ramiro
Democracy now.
What Can the Left Learn From Portugal’s Elections?
Joana Ramiro
The poor showing for the radical left wasn’t totally unexpected.
Why Do Rich and Powerful People Become Abusers? Because They Can
Joana Ramiro
It’s the system, stupid.
Want Drug Policies That Actually Work? Look at Portugal
Joana Ramiro
Decriminalise them all, for starters.
Why Do Leftwing Women Disappear From Politics in Their 30s?
Joana Ramiro
A decade of struggle can make tradwifery look mighty appealing.
Has Keir Starmer Heard of Pasokification?
Joana Ramiro
It appears the Labour leader needs a history lesson.
To Defeat the Far Right, Portugal’s Left Must Learn From Its History
Joana Ramiro

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