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Following a recent phone call between President Mauricio Macri and Brazil’s President Michel Temer it has been decided that the Argentine president will be paying Brazil a visit on the February 7th.

The spotlight has been on Temer since his …

Dan Politti, The Bubble’s new editor-in-chief, joins Fernando Farías and Demian Bio to review the main stories of the week, including Brazilian president Michel Temer’s visit to the country and Foreign Minister Malcorra (pictured with president Macri above) missing the …

After a year of Brazilian politics looking like a plotline from House of cards, the man many compare to the series’ main character Frank Underwood has finally met his political end.

The man cited as the architect for the …

Tinder: Not just for hookups and awkward dates anymore. Now the app can also count among its services the ability to infiltrate radical groups conspiring against the government – or, as it turned out in this case, groups of people …

It was a night to remember. As 2,000 people tried to enjoy wine and salmon canapés at the Independence Day festivities in the official residence of the Brazilian ambassador in the City of Buenos Aires, a small group of protesters …

In the first weekend since Brazil’s Senate impeached Dilma Rousseff from the country’s presidency and Michel Temer was sworn into power, it became clear that many will not take what they describe as a coup sitting down. While in China …

Many Brazilians gathered to celebrate Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment with champagne and cake in one of Brazil´s most iconic areas, Paulista Avenue in São Paulo. They rejoiced over Rousseff ousting in front of the São Paulo Federation of Industries (FIESP), which …

Thirty-one years after Brazil’s dictatorship ended, today what seemed to be a consolidated democracy suffered a heavy blow when the first Brazilian woman ever elected president was ousted after a long and torturous impeachment process.  In the end, it …

One sunny day, Rio native Vini Soares walks into Starbucks and orders coffee. “What is your name?” the cashier asks the costumer as usual. “Out With Temer,” he answers. This is a true Brazilian story.

Brazilians have a new way …

Brazil is slowly sinking beneath the weight of its enduring political turmoil — a situation only trumped in the continent’s total-implosion stakes by the sorry plight of Venezuela’s beleaguered government. In Acting President Michel Temer, the country now finds itself …