Tag Archives: Brazil

Beyond Dilma: The New Era of Anti-Corruption Enforcement

The Brazilian President’s removal from office will send shockwaves across Latin America, and possibly beyond.

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Brazil: Like India or Ghana?

Despite repeated high hopes for progress, it has been fifty years of unresolved economic problems in Brazil.

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Boycott the Rio Olympics to Defend Brazilian Democracy

Beware the anti-democratic events now unfolding in Brazil.

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Brazil: The Economics of the Rio Olympics 2016

There’s still over four months to go until the August 5 opening, but the Olympic stopwatch is already ticking for Rio 2016.

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Brazil’s and South Africa’s Watergate Moment

What happens when judges fight corrupt political leaders?

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Factoring in Deforestation Emissions

What percentage of global CO2 emissions from human activity stems from deforestation and land conversion?

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Chopping Down Brazil

How much of Brazil’s rainforest has been lost and what has replaced it?

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Deforestation in Brazil: The China Factor

How Chinese trade and investment in Brazil are altering the power equation in Brazilian politics.

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Adrift: Brazil’s Crisis of Confidence

Corruption alone does not explain Brazil’s economic malaise.

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Coffee: The Brazilian Connection

Brazil is the largest coffee consumer among the world’s developing countries.

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