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David Frum is wrong, the Salazar regime’s “biggest project” was a success
The coronavirus pandemic has birthed a new historically-specific group: the lockdown refugees
After being marooned in Portugal for so long, thank goodness they are
Ethiopia, the home of coffee, falls apart under the world’s muddled gaze while Portugal implements arbitrary Covid-19 restrictions on caffeine consumption
There’s far more to Portugal than its reputation as one of Europe’s economic basket cases
How has Portugal managed its imperial identity?
At least in the eyes of his supporters, António de Oliveira Salazar succeeded in making Portugal great again