Lenin Cavalcanti Guerra

Lenin Cavalcanti Guerra is a Brazilian professor and researcher in Latin American politics. He has a PhD in Public Administration.

Jair Bolsonaro Has a New Enemy: Brazil's Universities

May 21, 2019

On January 1, former army captain and until then unsuccessful far-right politician, Jair Bolsonaro, has assumed Brazil’s presidency, having won the most polarized election in the country’s recent history. One of his main promises was to fight corruption and crime — a big issue in a country with 32.4 homicides...

In What Seems Like an Endless Nightmare, Maduro Clings on to Power

May 10, 2019

Many analysts agreed that once the military withdrew support for the flailing regime in Caracas, the fall of Bolivarian socialism would be unavoidable, perhaps a matter of days or weeks. Political analysts have been expecting Nicolás Maduro’s imminent downfall for quite some time now. Nonetheless, after years of massive waves...