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Brazil: Six months of Bolsonaro
Just over six months since Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro entered office, he has already taken the first steps toward opening up the country’s economy, fighting corruption and reducing violent crime. Still, he faces a fractured, obstinate legislature and a staunchly opposed political left. Ultimately, the fate of his administration may be linked to the outcome of the worldwide “culture war” between globalists and nationalists.