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13/02/2014. A curious phenomenon is occurring in Brasil. Since June last year, a considerable number of protesters who have taken to the streets against the World …

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Brasil has a healthy and noisy media landscape; from sophisticated daily papers and weekly magazines comparable to any in Europe, right through to trashy …

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With election campaigning entering its critical phase you could be forgiven for thinking that Brasil was in the throes of economic meltdown, with foreign …

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President With Marina Silva’s support collapsing during the final week of campaigning, her 21.3% and Dilma Rousseff’s 41.6% were in line with the previous …

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In the October 2014 Brazilian Elections, across 5,570 municipalities, 450,000 polling stations and approximately 530,000 electronic voting machines will be used. Electronic voting in Brasil was …

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Dilma Rousseff is often regarded as a great unknown outside of Brasil but she has been an active force in official politics since the …

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When, in one of its first foreign policy positions, the Brazilian government – charged, together with the US, with concluding the negotiations for the …

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Brazil’s presidential election campaign, already marked by tragedy, continues with high drama after the first-round results on 5 October 2014. The incumbent Dilma Rousseff …

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By Darío Pignotti. “The United States strategists are firmly in agreement with the foreign policy guidelines advocated by candidate Marina Silva. If she is …

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Aécio Neves, was first senator, then governor of the South Eastern state of Minas Gerais. His governorship of Minas Gerais was regarded as a success …

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