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Denmark suspends quota refugee programme

"It will give the municipalities a little breathing space and room to better take care of those who have already come here," Integration Minister Inger Støjberg told a meeting in the Danish parliament. Støjberg, an...

Here’s what Denmark’s new budget means for foreigners

As part of the agreement, the government accommodated a long list of further immigration restrictions championed by the anti-immigration Danish People’s Party. If you are a foreigner living in Denmark, here is what you need...
Brazil and USA

Why Washington Doesn’t Get Brazil

Donald Trump’s victory, and the emergence, in September 2016, of a new government in Brazil following President Dilma Roussef’s impeachment, provides a compelling opportunity to discuss important aspects of the U.S.-Brazil bilateral relationship. The fact...
Denmark border control

Denmark extends border controls into 2017

The measures will now be in place until February 12th, 2017. Denmark’s extension follows similar moves by Scandinavian neighbours Sweden and Norway and comes after the European Commission gave its approval for the five countries who...
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva is facing two separate trials

Brazil politicians linked to Petrobras scandal draft bills for ‘self-preservation’

Politicians suspected of profiting from Brazil’s biggest-ever corruption scandal are drafting legislation aimed at letting themselves off the hook, according to the the country’s chief prosecutor. The prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, said he feared Brazil might repeat the...
Danish Finance Minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen

Finance minister: Denmark will be poorer if Trump wins

Frederiksen told financial daily Børsen that Trump’s stated trade policy will adversely affect Danish companies. “He is against free trade; I’ve fought for that for all these years because free trade ensures our prosperity and we are...
President elect Donald Trump points towards his vice president Mike Pence.

Denmark tentative following Trump triumph

Following the news this morning that Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States, a blurry-eyed Denmark is coming to terms with the historic vote. Considering that just 5 percent of Danes...
Right wing protesters show their support to Donald Trump

Brazil to Trump: Don’t Restrict Trade

Brazil’s government Wednesday congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on his victory but called on him not to resort to protectionism as the South American nation strives to boost trade to overcome a severe recession. “I...
Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg has called for greater control over Denmark's borders

MP blasts ‘soft-touch’ migrant policy as Denmark struggles with 31 ghettos

Denmark has attempted to throttle the culture of unemployment and criminality for 30 years, however a shocking report by the Kraks Fund for Urban Research has revealed the situation has only worsened. When the deprived neighbourhoods emerged...
Supporters of Brazil’s sacked ex-president Dilma Rousseff took to the streets last month

Brazil’s Leftists Absolutely Clobbered In Weekend Election

It was a terrible weekend for Brazil’s left wing political parties. The once ruling Workers’ Party was utterly clobbered on Sunday’s second round voting in state mayoral elections. In Rio de Janeiro, the party known...
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