About Author

Arthur Schott Lopes

Arthur Schott Lopes is a staff writer for the Harvard International Review. An occasional reviewer, he contributes mainly to the magazine and the blog.

37(4) Summer 2016, Americas, Analysis, Global Notebook, Politics, South America

The Hermeneutics of Brazil’s Impeachment

  On Monday, May 23, 2016, Brazilians woke up with another news bomb. Recordings of a phone call between provisional president Michel Temer’s planning...
"303 Squadron Pilots" by Eugeniusz Duraczyński. Public domain, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
Eastern Europe, Europe, Human Rights, Politics, Reviews, Security

Bad Blood

White Spots—Black Spots: Difficult Matters in Polish-Russian Relations, 1918-2008 confirms, much to the chagrin of its editors, that the countries’ disagreements are quasi-perennial. Every...