Are Brazil and Russia closer?


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In this week’s live from the War Games column, the interviewees will be geopolitical analysts Albert Caballé Marimón and

Paulo Roberto da Silva Gomes Filho, reserve colonel.


This Thursday (12), Starting at 21H30, they discuss the relationship between Brasília and Moscow in aspects such as fertilizers, Brazilian sovereignty over the Amazon and conservatism, in in the wake of President Jair Bolsonaro’s visit to Vladimir Putin. They also analyze Russia’s position in relation to Ukraine and possible consequences of a war.

The War Games column, published on Saturdays, features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. Every Thursday, these topics are deepened with interviews with experts in the field.

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