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Social Media: Americas: South America

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In Brazil Fat Compensations May Be Legal, But They Sure Are Immoral
The government, while diligently compensating the bandits who once wanted to install a communist dictatorship in the country, is far from being preoccupied in paying what is owed to citizens that are ... Read More...


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Chavez and fear
Widespread violence in Venezuela is a tactics to intimidate adversaries, Carlos Alberto Montaner analyzes. (Firmas Press, 12/14/2004) Read More...


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APEC Plays Bigger Role in World Economy
Article discusses the success of APEC, and their future plans as they finished a round of meetings. (China View.com, 11/21/04) Read More...


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Latin America's Chinese puzzle
The potential for profit in forging commercial ties with China has left some in the Caribbean and Central and South America positively giddy. But nothing is guaranteed. (The Miami Herald, 11/13/2004) Read More...


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Chinese officials focus on trade
The president of China and other high-ranking Chinese officials began a tour of Latin America in Brazil intending to enhance trade for the booming nation of 1.3 billion people. (The Miami Herald, 11/1... Read More...


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Leaders' hard lines give envoy tough test
New U.S. ambassador to Venezuela will handle the hardest diplomatic post in the hemisphere right now. (The Miami Herald, 11/11/2004) Read More...


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Colin Powell Visits Brazil, But Why?
The visit, which lasted less than two days, was so fleeting and flimsy that one cannot help but wonder why Powell came and what he thought he had achieved. By John Fitzpatrick (Brazzil, 10/12/2004) Read More...


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I Don't Vote in Brazil and I'm Proud of It
College students, federal employees, and mostly retirees and pension beneficiaries, in the last Brazilian national election, voted in herds for the left leaning President Lula da Silva. What can be ex... Read More...


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Freedom of Press Is More Fiction than Fact in Brazil
Regardless of clear legal provisions, constant attacks have been occurring against freedom of the press in Brazil. By Augusto Zimmerman (Brazzil, 10/05/2004) Read More...


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Chavez Threatens Governors With Jail
"If any governor beaten on October 31 rebelled and said that he won't hand over his post, arrest him and take him out of his office," Chavez told military officers. (NewsMax Wires, 10/18/2004) Read More...


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Latin America benefits from China's development
For the Latin American countries China's significance does not only lie in increasingly broader trade opportunities and investment prospect but also in many international issues. (People`s Daily Onlin... Read More...


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China Filling U.S. Vacuum in Latin America
There's a powerful new player in Latin America and its aggressive presence south of U.S. borders spells trouble for the U.S. in this politically sensitive region. By Phil Brennan (Newsmax, 09/13/2004... Read More...


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Can't Brazil Leave the NY Times Alone?
On giving in to the temptation of again confronting the powerful New York Times, the Brazilian government is issuing an affidavit that the Federal Council of Journalism is its own initiative, and no... Read More...


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In Brazil, Dictatorship is Back.
Brazil's President Lula is intent on building a brilliant and lasting career. He has proposed the Federal Council of Journalism, to get a better grip on those "coward journalists" who don't have the ... Read More...


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Left Unchecked Lula Would Muzzle Brazil
Three recent proposals by Brazilian President Lula have caused uproar in Brazil. The first would create a Federal Counsel of Journalism to police journalists' activities. The second would establish a ... Read More...


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In Brazil, Good News Is No News
The ruling party may not drive Brazil to a communist regime but some sort of dictatorship may be inevitable. By Janer Cristaldo. (Brazzil, August/2004) Read More...


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Venezuela: A flashing red light
President Chavez uses oil as a political tool to advance his hemispheric and global ambitions. By Ariel Cohen & Stephen Johnson. (The Washington Times, 08/18/2004) Read More...


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Agribusiness is Bad for Brazil and Brazilians
João Pedro Stédile, leader of the Landless Workers' Movement (MST), explains why land reform is crucial in Brazil. (Brazzil, July/2004) Read More...


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Brazil's Lula: 'Only New Order Will End Terrorism'
"We do not want to depend on arrangements with developed nations that distort the international system and condemn us to eternal dependence on unequal and uncertain concessions," Brazilian President L... Read More...


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Brazzil Hates Brazil!
Brazil has a minority which is fiercely anti-American and blames others for Brazil's backwardness. (Brazzil, June/2004) Read More...


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Brazil: Corruption Here Is a Cancer
Alberto Dines discusses the nature of the corruption in the Brazilian state apparatus. (Brazzil, June/2004) Read More...


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Selling to the Poor
The world’s 4 billion poor people make up the largest untapped consumer market on Earth. To reach them, CEOs must shed old, tired concepts of marketing, distribution, and research. Getting it right ca... Read More...


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Brazil: Reporter Expulsion Is No Censorship
Cancelling the visa of Larry Rohter, the New York Times bureau chief in Brazil, has nothing to do with freedom of expression, Brazilian Minister of Foreing Relations Celso Amorin said. By Edla Lula (B... Read More...


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Brazil United Against NY Times
Allies and foes of Brazilian President Lula da Silva were unanimous in offering their solidarity to the President and in attacking the Sunday New York Times report. Brazil's Senate should approve a vo... Read More...


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Brazil: Different Laws for Different Folks
In Brazil, a white must obey all the laws, but an Indian can kill, rape, and take hostages, and won't go to jail. A black can get head in the line to get in college. The landless can invade private pr... Read More...


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Green May to Fight Red April in Brazil
In opposition to nationwide property invasions (so-called Red April) by Landless Worker's Movement (MST, initials in Portuguese), 350 farmers and landowners launched the Green May Movement to monitor ... Read More...


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How the U.S. lost Brazil
When the new American ambassador to Brazil arrives at his post in May, he will find a Brazilian foreign policy agenda hostile to U.S. interests. Brazilian President Lula refers to the U.S. as an "empi... Read More...


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Brazil marks 40th anniversary of military coup
Declassified documents shed light on U.S. role in April 01, 1964 military coup in Brazil. Edited by Peter Kornbluh. (The National Security Archive, 03/31/2004) Read More...


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Kirchner wants Argentina to be 'normal' country
Argentinian President Kirchner hopes to make his country serious and normal but the road he has chosen rises doubts, analyses Carlos Alberto Montaner. (Firmas Press, 01/09/2004) Read More...


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