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Social Media: Americas: South America: Brazil

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New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Smita Brunnermeier: BRIC countries
New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Smita Brunnermeier: BRIC countries

Interview with Professor Smita Brunnermeier of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (International Affairs Forum, 01/2014)

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Brazilian Foreign Policy: the emergence of Brazil throughout the years
Brazilian Foreign Policy: the emergence of Brazil throughout the years
Author traces Brazilian foreign policy and its emergence as a leading developing country. By Patricia Galves Derolle. (10/14/2013) Read More...


The Rise of BRIC: Too Soon to Make Assumptions
The Rise of BRIC: Too Soon to Make Assumptions
Do the BRIC countries still present a global power shift? Will they? By Zachary K. Ochoa. (07/13/2013) Read More...


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Made in China, the End of Western Dominance?
Paper that explores the decline of the West and the emergence of the BRICs economies. In this essay, I tend to focus on the role of technological innovation and democracy to (former/current/emerging) ... Read More...


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How to Read Brazil's Stance on Iran
As a holder of a temporary seat, Brazil can either facilitate or complicate consensus on the UN Security Council. Equally important, Brazil will play a role in ensuring that sanctions against Iran, if... Read More...


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The Dragon in the Backyard
Article detailing Latin America's shift in economic relations toward China, Iran and the Global South and away from the United States. (The Economist, 8/13/2009) Read More...


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Brazil on the International Stage
Article detailing the rise of Brazil within the global power system and its changing relations with the U.S. By Stephanie Hanson. (Council on Foreign Relations, 7/21/2009) Read More...


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Quietly, Brazil eclipses an ally
Article explores the changing power balance in Latin America, and what a robust and confident Brazil under Da Silva means for other regional partners. By Simon Romero and Alexei Barrionuevo (IHT, 7/7/... Read More...


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Threats to Patents, Threats to Health
Discusses Brazil's interest in the AIDs drug, and possibilities for other countries to permit the drug as well. By Roger Bate. (AEI 7/21/05) Read More...


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Plans to Expand Security Council May Be Frustrated for Now
In this article, Warren Hoge reports on the vaious attempts to expand the security council, in particualr the proposal prepared by the G-4 nations of Brazil, India, Japan and Germany. Hoge writes th... Read More...


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China, Latin America: a dance of two strangers
This article discusses the growing economic, cultural, and military relationship between China and countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. By Tim Johnson (Knight Ridder News Service/Miami Heral... Read More...


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Mercado Común del Sur (MERCOSUR)
Economic Integration Process in the South Cone. Its member countries are: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Read More...


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Association of Latin-American Integration. (ALADI)
ALADI is the largest Latin-American group of integration. It has twelve member countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, tot... Read More...


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Brazil's Cardoso: 'The World Changed, But the Left Stayed the Same'
Brazil’s former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, a visiting professor at Brown University, argues on the coming of the Left to power in Brazil. Excerpt from an interview with Cristovam Buarque. (B... Read More...


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Nuclear Brazil Is Hiding Something. But What?
Brazil remains an excellent candidate to be a nuclear power, considering the availability of uranium, skilled personnel and the enrichment facility technology that it appears to possess. By Claudia P... Read More...


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In Brazil Fat Compensations May Be Legal, But They Sure Are Immoral
The government, while diligently compensating the bandits who once wanted to install a communist dictatorship in the country, is far from being preoccupied in paying what is owed to citizens that are ... Read More...


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Colin Powell Visits Brazil, But Why?
The visit, which lasted less than two days, was so fleeting and flimsy that one cannot help but wonder why Powell came and what he thought he had achieved. By John Fitzpatrick (Brazzil, 10/12/2004) Read More...


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I Don't Vote in Brazil and I'm Proud of It
College students, federal employees, and mostly retirees and pension beneficiaries, in the last Brazilian national election, voted in herds for the left leaning President Lula da Silva. What can be ex... Read More...


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Freedom of Press Is More Fiction than Fact in Brazil
Regardless of clear legal provisions, constant attacks have been occurring against freedom of the press in Brazil. By Augusto Zimmerman (Brazzil, 10/05/2004) Read More...


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Can't Brazil Leave the NY Times Alone?
On giving in to the temptation of again confronting the powerful New York Times, the Brazilian government is issuing an affidavit that the Federal Council of Journalism is its own initiative, and no... Read More...


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In Brazil, Dictatorship is Back.
Brazil's President Lula is intent on building a brilliant and lasting career. He has proposed the Federal Council of Journalism, to get a better grip on those "coward journalists" who don't have the ... Read More...


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Left Unchecked Lula Would Muzzle Brazil
Three recent proposals by Brazilian President Lula have caused uproar in Brazil. The first would create a Federal Counsel of Journalism to police journalists' activities. The second would establish a ... Read More...


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In Brazil, Good News Is No News
The ruling party may not drive Brazil to a communist regime but some sort of dictatorship may be inevitable. By Janer Cristaldo. (Brazzil, August/2004) Read More...


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Agribusiness is Bad for Brazil and Brazilians
João Pedro Stédile, leader of the Landless Workers' Movement (MST), explains why land reform is crucial in Brazil. (Brazzil, July/2004) Read More...


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Brazil's Lula: 'Only New Order Will End Terrorism'
"We do not want to depend on arrangements with developed nations that distort the international system and condemn us to eternal dependence on unequal and uncertain concessions," Brazilian President L... Read More...


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Brazzil Hates Brazil!
Brazil has a minority which is fiercely anti-American and blames others for Brazil's backwardness. (Brazzil, June/2004) Read More...


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Brazil: Corruption Here Is a Cancer
Alberto Dines discusses the nature of the corruption in the Brazilian state apparatus. (Brazzil, June/2004) Read More...


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Brazil: Reporter Expulsion Is No Censorship
Cancelling the visa of Larry Rohter, the New York Times bureau chief in Brazil, has nothing to do with freedom of expression, Brazilian Minister of Foreing Relations Celso Amorin said. By Edla Lula (B... Read More...


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Brazil United Against NY Times
Allies and foes of Brazilian President Lula da Silva were unanimous in offering their solidarity to the President and in attacking the Sunday New York Times report. Brazil's Senate should approve a vo... Read More...


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Brazil: Different Laws for Different Folks
In Brazil, a white must obey all the laws, but an Indian can kill, rape, and take hostages, and won't go to jail. A black can get head in the line to get in college. The landless can invade private pr... Read More...


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