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Social Media: Americas: South America: Brazil

31-43 Social Media articles displayed
for the Americas/South America/Brazil Region

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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 to US: Keep Your Eyes Off Our Nukes
Brazil considers inadmissible the U.S. proposal to sign an additional protocol on nuclear energy. By NĂ¡dia Faggiani. (Brazzil, 04/01/2004) 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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The Reluctant Partner
Growing differences over trade and foreign policy threaten to upset the delicate balance in U.S.-Brazil relations. By Peter Hakim. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2004, $) Read More...

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Brazil: Mr. Lula Never Goes to Washington
Brazilian President Lula da Silva would be better off traveling to Washington instead of visiting countries with no strategic importance, discusses John Fitzpatrick. (Brazzil, Nation, January/2004) Read More...

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In Brazil the Left Thrives
Leftist movements gained power after Brazil's 1964 military goup d'Etat. Far frow waning after the demise of the Soviet bloc, they shine resplendently in every realm of Brazilian society, analyses ... Read More...

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Two Ways to Go Global
For the first time, Latin America's two giants, Brazil and Mexico, are both looking for significant international roles -- but they are doing so in very different ways. By Peter Hakim. (Foreign Affai... Read More...

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A New Agenda for U.S.-Brazilian Relations
(Heritage Foundation, 11/20/2002)

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Brazil's New Capitalism
Under President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Brazil has finally embraced modern capitalism and broken decisively with a sclerotic old economic model. But the world should hold its applause until Cardoso... Read More...

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Lula's Brazil
Now that Lula has taken office, will he confirm these fears that he might repudiate national debts or embrace prudent policies that will advance the modernization of Brazil? And will the markets even ... Read More...

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Lessons for the Next Financial Crisis
The global financial crisis has eroded developing nations' faith in modern capitalism itself, and the meltdown of Brazil's currency was grim evidence that the chaos is far from over. Herewith, a poli... Read More...

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