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How to Avoid Millions of Citizens Demanding your Impeachment

How to Avoid Millions of Citizens Demanding your Impeachment

One of the most basic forms of democratic engagement besides voting comes from mass peaceful protests. Indeed, it is difficult to ignore millions of people demanding the end of your political career.

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Slavery and Forced Labor in Brazil

Slavery and Forced Labor in Brazil

Brazil is estimated to have around 155,000 people being exploited in slave-like conditions.

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Is Rio Ready for the Olympics?

Is Rio Ready for the Olympics?

The Olympic Games are scheduled to begin on August 5. But will Rio de Janeiro be prepared amidst an economic recession, a looming public health crisis, delayed infrastructure developments, increasing crime rates, and numerous other problems that have rapidly developed over the past three years?

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BRICS Development Bank…Sure Why Not?

BRICS Development Bank…Sure Why Not?

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How to Win Large Contracts in BRICS Nations: Follow the French

How to Win Large Contracts in BRICS Nations: Follow the French

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BRICS and Investment: Emerging Markets and Frontier Markets Going for Gold

BRICS and Investment: Emerging Markets and Frontier Markets Going for Gold

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Is Latin America Confident for All the Wrong Reasons?

Is Latin America Confident for All the Wrong Reasons?

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Brazil’s Women Leaders on Top of the World

Brazil’s Women Leaders on Top of the World

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Dilma’s Dangerous Idea

Dilma’s Dangerous Idea

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Mexico’s Economy Excelled in 2011, Brazil’s Sputtered–Surprised?

Mexico’s Economy Excelled in 2011, Brazil’s Sputtered–Surprised?

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Brazil 2011-2012: Vamos Lá!

Brazil 2011-2012: Vamos Lá!

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Government in the Closet

Government in the Closet

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Is Brazil Overly Confident on the World Stage?

Is Brazil Overly Confident on the World Stage?

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While Brazil Waffles on FTA Mexican Exports Surge

While Brazil Waffles on FTA Mexican Exports Surge

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Dil(em)ma

Dil(em)ma

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