Tag Archives: Dilma Rousseff

How Brazil Destroys Itself

The mutineers that brought down Dilma will soon be cut down by the same sword.

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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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Boycott the Rio Olympics to Defend Brazilian Democracy

Beware the anti-democratic events now unfolding in Brazil.

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Brazil’s and South Africa’s Watergate Moment

What happens when judges fight corrupt political leaders?

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Adrift: Brazil’s Crisis of Confidence

Corruption alone does not explain Brazil’s economic malaise.

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The Mounting Global Challenges of Rampant Corruption

Only a united front against corruption can bring about its end.

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Human Rights Day 2014: More Than an Irony?

The United States and Brazil issue landmark reports: How can the world really do better?

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Rousseff, Brazil and Global Leadership

Is President Dilma ready for a change of course at home and abroad?

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Dilma Redux?

Brazil, like the United States, is now polarized politically, with two irreconcilable halves.

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8 Examples of Rampant Sexism in Brazil

Brazil struggles with rampant sexism.

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