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The PT Tries a New Face

The PT Tries a New Face

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The imperial advantage?

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Human Rights Watch's way forward

Human Rights Watch's way forward

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Questioning the U.S. Response to Brazil & Turkey’s Initiative

Questioning the U.S. Response to Brazil & Turkey’s Initiative

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Brazil and the Middle East

Brazil and the Middle East

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Top 5 List: Favorite States of the Iranian Government

Top 5 List: Favorite States of the Iranian Government

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Clinton in Brazil

Clinton in Brazil

In so many ways this event mirrored bilateral relations today, cordial, but increasingly thorny as an accumulating list of important issues, from immigration to international trade and non-proliferation, lead more and more Brazilians to the conclusion that the United States is part of the problem, not the solution.

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Lula, the Squid

Lula, the Squid

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The Cotton Conflict

The Cotton Conflict

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For Haiti, Brazil and the United States Need to Get it Right, Now

For Haiti, Brazil and the United States Need to Get it Right, Now

Can Brazil find its proper role in the long term efforts to rebuild Haiti and send it along a path to peace and prosperity

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Brazil's Opportunity in Haiti

Brazil's Opportunity in Haiti

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What amnesty cannot bury

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Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants

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Rainforests

Rainforests

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Brazil: the Next Big Pharmaceutical Market

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