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...

In Rio de Janeiro’s favelas, a new online tool tackles violence against women and...

UN-Habitat studies show that women in urban areas are twice as likely as men to suffer some form of violence, especially in developing countries. [1]

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Denmark seen as world’s least corrupt nation

For the third consecutive year, Denmark has been declared the world’s least corrupt country by Transparency International. Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) measures the perception of corruption in 175 countries and this year found...
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Police Union will have a new vote on Europol

Denmark seems to drop out of the Europol, and therefore there must be new poll, says Claus Oxfeldt. It will be a disaster for Denmark, if we do not continue going to have a full-fledged...
An adviser to President Michel Temer resigned Wednesday amid media reports he accepted illegal payments from construction company Odebrecht.

Brazil Presidential Adviser Resigns Amid Reports of Corruption

An adviser to Brazilian President Michel Temer resigned Wednesday amid media reports he accepted illegal payments from construction company Odebrecht SA, another blow to the embattled chief executive as he works to push unpopular economic reforms through Congress. José...
DF MP Martin Henriksen

Denmark Passes Declaration Prohibiting Muslim-Majority Neighborhoods

Denmark notably has one of the strictest rules when it comes to immigration in the European Union. The widespread concern of Denmark over immigration has made Danish lawmakers to introduce a number of laws...
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...
Nuuk, Capital of Greenland.

Greenland says Denmark’s ‘arrogance’ threatens commonwealth

In an interview with Politiken newspaper, Greenland’s foreign minister, Vittus Qujaukitsoq, expressed frustration with the Danish government on a number of points and said that if Greenland did not receive some concessions from its former...
Former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva

Brazil’s leftist workers’ party collapses in first national election since Impeachment

The Workers’ Party is now in control of fewer than half of the regional capitals it controlled in 2012, the party’s heyday, when former President Dilma Rousseff was at the summit of her popularity....
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...
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