Dom Phillips

CorrespondentRio de Janeiro


An evangelical and an environmentalist, Marina Silva is “something new, like Obama.”

  • Sep 6, 2014

Where women were supposed to be sexy but not sexual, behaviors and attitudes are changing.

  • Sep 5, 2014

Can Eduardo Campos’s successor capi­tal­ize in the presidential race?

  • Aug 17, 2014

Brazilian exports of chicken, beef and pork to Russia could spike

  • Aug 9, 2014

Whether from police cameras or cellphones, such footage is leading Brazil to confront police criminality.

  • Aug 4, 2014

Government, health organizations fight to shield indigenous people from getting and spreading the disease.

  • Jul 23, 2014

Construction for the 2016 Games is behind schedule, and concerns about traffic and economic fairness arise.

  • Jul 15, 2014

The game results were a worst-case scenario for Brazilians’ rooting interests. The cost of the event was high. But they still enjoyed the party.

  • Jul 13, 2014

With its national team in the World Cup final, Argentina’s political and economic woes are no match for soccer glory

  • Jul 13, 2014

On Rio’s Copacabana beach, Brazil fans watch their team crash out in the World Cup third-place match while Argentines party in anticipation of their country’s final matchup vs. Germany.

  • Jul 12, 2014
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Dom Phillips is The Post’s Brazil correspondent, based in Rio de Janeiro. He has reported from Brazil for The Times (UK), Guardian, Sunday Times (UK), Bloomberg World View, UK soccer monthly Four Four Two and women’s weekly Grazia, People Magazine, Folha de S.Paulo English language blog From Brazil and Financial Times special reports. He was also Rio correspondent for energy news wire Platts. Dom moved to Brazil in 2007 and has lived in São Paulo and Rio. He was born and raised on Merseyside in the UK.
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