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Brazil Presidential Candidate Marina Silva Vows to Promote Democracy in Cuba if Elected

Brazilian resident Dilma Rousseff’s main foreign affairs’ advisor Marco Aurelio Garcia denied Brazil has ...

Brazil Wants the US and NATO to Keep Their Distance from South America’s Shores

The Brazilian government says that it rejects any interference of the North Atlantic Treaty ...

For Brazil, Venezuela/Colombia Conflict Breaks Image of Peaceful South America

Marco Aurélio Garcia, Brazil’s foreign affairs advisor, said that the breaking of relations between ...

Lula Boasts Brazil’s Trade with South America Is as Big as the One with the US & EU

Talking to an audience of workers and members of one of Brazil’s biggest labor ...

Stirred Up by Venezuela Brazil Is Outspending Everyone in Arms Race

Latin America former political leaders and security experts, several of them, expressed concern over ...

Despite Brazil’s 1.5% Shrinking, South America Will Have Positive Year

The South American economic group Mercosur will end 2009 with positive rates of economic ...

Sale of Tractors in Brazil Takes a Tumble Due to Drought and Lack of Credit

American company Agco Corp. warned that industry-wide farm-equipment sales in South America could fall ...

How Brazil Benefits from Being World’s Most Pentecostal Country

In several Latin American social movements a new reading is emerging of the role ...

Summit Between Arabs and Brazil & South America to Discuss Education and Tourism

The League of Arab States' secretariat-general has set up a committee especially dedicated to ...

Brazil Appeals to Neighbors to Cut Dependency on the US and EU

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Alvaro Uribe, the presidents of Brazil and Colombia, ...