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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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Bush and the rest of the world
President Bush's victory is almost incomprehensible in Europe and Latin America. Why? Carlos Alberto Montaner explains. (Firmas Press, 11/09/2004) 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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