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Lula: Making the Case at Copenhagen

Lula: Making the Case at Copenhagen

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The Year in Review for Energy and Natural Resources

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2009: The world in transition

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An Education

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Brazil’s Climate Change Performance

Brazil’s Climate Change Performance

Brazil’s climate change policy performance now leads the world according to Climate Change Performance Index results for 2010 published by GermanWatch and the Climate Action Network of Europe.

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When Police Become Killers

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Taking police brutality to a new level

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"Dilma Rousseff's arrival to the presidency would have a crucial impact on power and gender relations in Brazil": Q&A with Dr. Maria do Socorro Sousa Braga

"Dilma Rousseff's arrival to the presidency would have a crucial impact on power and gender relations in Brazil": Q&A with Dr. Maria do Socorro Sousa Braga

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Chavez and the Jews

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Electricity and The Future of War

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Best of the Web: The “Go Rio!” Video Edition

Best of the Web: The “Go Rio!” Video Edition

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Expanding Influence of the Southern Hemisphere, but Under Whose Lead?

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Is Chavez's Influence in Decline? (and Lessons for US Policy with Potential Adversaries)

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Rising Powers v. OPEC

Rising Powers v. OPEC

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The nexus of water and power generation: a growing concern

The nexus of water and power generation: a growing concern

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