Author: joao-pedro-stedile

João Pedro Stedile is an economist and a member of the national coordination of the MST and Via Campesina.

  • Searching for New Forms of Struggle

    Joao Pedro Stédile Reports on the Latin America Left from the International People’s Assembly. Keep reading »

  • The Economic and Social Plan of the Bolsonaro Government

    “Reformed” captain Jair Bolsonaro already committed to the “market” the handover of all decisions in the economic area to large capital, under the hegemony of financial capital and foreign corporations (as personified in Paulo Guedes and his Chicago Boys, including Levy in the Brazilian Development Bank-BNDES). As per the President’s statements, his will be a … Keep reading »

  • A Way Out for Brazil

    Brazil needs a new project of development for the people. More subordination, submission and exploitation of the people will not be a way out. Keep reading »

  • “Dilma’s Mistake Was to Promote Class Conciliation”

    Interview With João Pedro Stédile The economist and leader of the Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) of Brazil, Joao Pedro Stédile, affirmed that left-wing forces won’t allow the Parliamentarian right to fulfill their wish to force Dilma Rousseff out of the presidency to reinstall neoliberalism in the country. Stédile was interviewed by LibreRed, where this article was … Keep reading »

  • The Crisis Will Be Profound and Prolonged…

    The Brazilian Landless Movement (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra – MST) has been at the forefront of militant struggles against neoliberalism and capitalism in Latin America for many years now. They continue to be a key pole of militancy in the upsurge of socialism and renewal of the Left across the continent. They are … Keep reading »