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Brazil: There Was No Coup, But It Was Wrong and Damaging to the Country

The reply of my two distinguished Council on Hemispheric Affairs colleagues, Aline Piva and ...

Brazil’s Presidential Impeachment Sounds More Like a Political Mutiny

On June 27, a board of experts charged with investigating the accusations against Brazilian ...

How the Anti-Zika Effort Perpetuates Sexism in Brazil and Latin America

In a New York Times article, foreign correspondent Azam Ahmed challenged his readers, asking, ...

Impeachment Act: The Brazilian Plot to Keep Corruption and Impunity Going

The already fragile legitimacy of Michel Temer’s interim government in Brazil took a huge ...

The Real Brazil Is Not for Beginners

Sunday afternoon in a dusty  road of a residential area of a city in ...

Brazil and Argentina Warn US Cuba Can’t Be Excluded from Americas Summit Anymore

Brazil and Argentina have decided: the upcoming April Summit of the Americas in Colombia ...

Paraguay and Brazil Enter 2009 with Itaipu Hydroelectric in Dispute

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's main international affairs advisor, Marco Aurélio Garcia, ...

I’m Black, I’m Poor, I’m Not Brazil

During the past few months, I have spent my free time traveling around Brazil, ...

Peruvian Chief Says Brazil, Chile and Peru Are Alternative to Chavez’s Populism

Chile together with Brazil and Peru are the alternative to the state-managed economic model ...

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