Lewis on Latin America
Articles, essays and musings on key issues in Latin America, from a British student in love with the region.
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Brazil appears more receptive to international deforestation concerns – but is it too late for the country’s indigenous people?
Signs that government may take stronger action against Amazon deforestation amid threats of investor withdrawal, but fears grow over coronavirus spread among indigenous populations.
Reopened borders risk an uncontrolled coronavirus outbreak that could devastate the poverty-stricken country, while the UN and human rights NGOs report a violent crackdown on political dissidents.
Bolsonaro turns to censorship and steps up attacks on democratic institutions as government reels from police investigations and public anger at coronavirus response.
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