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Ariel Goldstein: Bolsonaro would like to reach Orbán’s power level

February 14, 2021 CEA Season 1 Episode 1
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Ariel Goldstein: Bolsonaro would like to reach Orbán’s power level
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Ariel Goldstein: Bolsonaro would like to reach Orbán’s power level
Feb 14, 2021 Season 1 Episode 1
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Bolsonaro would like to reach Orbán’s power level” says Ariel Goldstein, sociologist and political scientist of the University of Buenos Aires. The Argentinian researcher was the first guest of the Civitas Talk podcast and discussed similarities and differences between the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

Ariel Goldstein is a sociologist, political scientist, and researcher of the Institute of Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Buenos Aires. He has published plenty of articles in academic journals in the US, Spain, China, Brazil, Argentina, and other Latin American countries. He is a specialist in the areas of media and politics in Latin America, with a special focus on Brazil and Argentina. He is the author of several books, including “Bolsonaro: Brasilian democracy in danger” (2019) and “Evangelical power: How religious groups are taking over politics in America” (2020).

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Show Notes
Bolsonaro would like to reach Orbán’s power level” says Ariel Goldstein, sociologist and political scientist of the University of Buenos Aires. The Argentinian researcher was the first guest of the Civitas Talk podcast and discussed similarities and differences between the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

Ariel Goldstein is a sociologist, political scientist, and researcher of the Institute of Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Buenos Aires. He has published plenty of articles in academic journals in the US, Spain, China, Brazil, Argentina, and other Latin American countries. He is a specialist in the areas of media and politics in Latin America, with a special focus on Brazil and Argentina. He is the author of several books, including “Bolsonaro: Brasilian democracy in danger” (2019) and “Evangelical power: How religious groups are taking over politics in America” (2020).

The Central European Affairs podcast is brought to you by the Budapest-based Civitas Institute.
Learn more about our Institute by clicking here: civitasintezet.hu/en/home-eng/

Central European Affairs is the digital magazine of our Institute. It provides an analysis of the most distinguished topics related to democracy, rule of law, authoritarianism, human and digital rights in Central Europe. In CEA Talk, the journal’s podcast, international experts give insights into details of international politics and business.

Follow Civitas Institue on Twitter: twitter.com/CEA_magazine