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UN Members Must Rise to September’s Rule of Law Challenge

UN Members Must Rise to September’s Rule of Law Challenge

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Flawed Assumptions About the Next Energy Boom

Flawed Assumptions About the Next Energy Boom

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The Resource Miracle?

The Resource Miracle?

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Africa needs its own BRICS aka KENSA

Africa needs its own BRICS aka KENSA

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BRICS: The Next Big Global Health Funders?

BRICS: The Next Big Global Health Funders?

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A fábrica está fechada – o pódio está aberto

A fábrica está fechada – o pódio está aberto

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America’s changing role in the Americas

America’s changing role in the Americas

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BRICS Strategy 101: Brazil and China

BRICS Strategy 101: Brazil and China

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The Super Tucano: A Diplomatic Mess Between Brazil and the US Takes Off

The Super Tucano: A Diplomatic Mess Between Brazil and the US Takes Off

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Brazilian Government Vows to Boost Ethanol Industry

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Global Markets: 2010 Year in Review

Global Markets: 2010 Year in Review

Another year has sped by with more change and economic uncertainty throughout the global markets. From a journalist’s viewpoint, 2010 was filled with some of the most dynamic and complex economic trends and global market events possible. For instance, the Euro zone debt crisis, the global currency war, coverage of the international currency war – announced by Brazilian Finance Minister and precipitated by Ben Bernanke’s quantitative easing monetarist policy – the perils of high-frequency trading, and the burdensome economic impact of two-front warfare on the domestic agenda are just a few issues that led the Global Markets through a year of risk, volatility, turmoil and uncertainty.

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Best of the Web: Weird Diets, the “World’s Last Matriarchy” and Brazil’s New President!

Best of the Web: Weird Diets, the “World’s Last Matriarchy” and Brazil’s New President!

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Brazil in 2010 – a review

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Assault on Complexo do Alemao: Remembering Contemporary Brazil

Assault on Complexo do Alemao: Remembering Contemporary Brazil

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Seoul G-20 Wrap-Up: So What Happened..??

Seoul G-20 Wrap-Up: So What Happened..??

G-20 world leaders meeting in Seoul, South Korea, concluded the summit late Friday by issuing a joint communiqué, with no specifics, agreeing only in general terms to curb “persistently large imbalances” in saving and spending. But deep divisions, especially over the US-China currency dispute, left G-20 officials negotiating all night to draft a watered-down statement for the leaders to endorse, keeping alive a dispute that raises fears of a global trade & currency war, and fears of rising protectionism among nations.

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