Author: Ana Garcia
Lula’s Victory and the Fight Against Fascism in Brazil
October 30, 2022, around 7pm… two words defined the collective feeling expressed by thousands of people on the streets last Sunday: relief and joy! Lula da Silva won Brazil’s presidential … Keep reading »
From Neo-Liberalism to Neo-Fascism?
Reaction across the Americas from Bolsonaro to Trump. Presentations by Ana Saggario Garcia, Ray Kiely, and Ruth Felder. Recorded in Toronto, 28 March 2019. Watch video »
Brazil Under Bolsonaro: Social Base, Agenda and Perspectives
The rise of the far right is a worldwide phenomenon, rooted in the nefarious effects of neoliberal globalization which have pushed the world into mass unemployment and enormous inequalities. I consider it to be a late political effect of the global financial crisis that hit the world at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Keep reading »
States and Markets: The Making of Globalization
Session 5 of the Transcending Pessimism, Reimagining Democracy conference: States and Markets: The Making of Globalization. Presentations by Dick Bryan, Ana Garcia, Sean Starrs and Pat Armstrong. Recorded in Toronto, 7 October 2017. Watch video »
Building BRICS from Below?
The Sixth Summit of the BRICS Heads of States, in Fortaleza, was accompanied by three others: the Business Meeting of BRICS, the Third Trade Union Summit and NGO’s and movement’s “Dialogues on Development: the BRICS from the perspective of peoples.” Keep reading »