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Brazil’s oil problem

How the current pandemics and recent tendencies could shape the future of oil generation towards low-carbon clean energy substitutes in Brazil? Taking into consideration the rising and volatile prices of oil in the current uncertain scenario promoted by the COVID-19 pandemics, the experienced supply shock caused by industry lockdowns as well as a fragilized reputation […]

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The Korean cosmetics market: past, present and future

Autora Camila Rocha Introdução e História: The fever of Korean songs and soap operas is booming in Brazil, but a new aspect of this country's culture is already beginning to emerge in Brazilian lands: to two cosmetics. This market, popularly known as K-Beauty, arrived in the country opposing the traditional American and European companies in the area. Grande parte […]

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Confucius and the Corona Virus

Polemizando… Pointed times ours, of controversies, “fake news”, antagonisms and, about everything, of a lot of incomprehension. Locked at home, I read the article - "A global war" – that the chronicler Lourival Sant´ Anna published in Estadão do dia 29/03 regarding the divisions between countries as to the different ways in which they are facing […]

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And the wave took

Yesterday was a milestone in cinematography: a movie “Parasite”, sul-Korean, was the first feature film in “foreign language” (read up: not in english) winning the Academy Award for Best Film. In simple terms, assistimos à crista de uma onda cultural que vem paulatinamente cobrindo o mundo atingir seu nível mais […]

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Koreas get closer

Judging by the latest events in the tortuous process of rapprochement of the two Koreas, it looks like they're coming, Finally, ao que importaE sem as “blessings” de D.T

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A happy day

Yesterday was a happy day for all the paneta, beyond history. The meeting between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in could open, wait-se, a new chapter in the history of the two Koreas. After so many threats, and so many bellicose attitudes, finally the possibility arose of ending a rancid chapter of the Cold War, as a […]

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Mr. Ambassador: the sport

We've seen this movie before: it was a table tennis match that opened the doors of the People's Republic of China to the United States, nos idos de ’71. Kissinger, in your book “On China”/”About to China”, recalled that one day in April 1971, os jovens atletas americanos que participavam do time de tênis […]

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Donald Trump and Asia: a fiasco?

Donald Trump has just returned from a twelve-day tour of Asia, where he sought to build alliances with some leaders from Asian countries. Chose those with which bilateral agendas have become more complex since taking office, starting in Japan, continuing for South Korea and China. To crown, participou da Reunião de […]

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