Brazilection 2014: Heating up after the Cup

The race tightens as the campaign heads down the stretch reports Brazilian political analyst João Schlüter in the second installment of his series on the elections (Pt. 1 here

Brazil lost the cup but Dilma's eyes are still on the prize

Brazil lost the cup but Dilma’s eyes are still on the prize

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The Gringo’s Guide to the Argentine Holdout Crisis

A look at how the world ended up Todos Contra Argentina  

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Holding on

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Is a Changing China Good for Brazil?

Cornelius Fleischhaker on the implications of a new World Bank report 

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A new perspective on China and Brazil

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Bolivia to Legalize Child Labor

Alex Rosen on La Paz’s “creative” plan to address poverty

If the answer is child labor, Bolivia is asking the wrong question

If the answer is child labor, Bolivia is asking the wrong question

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The Pacific Pumas in 23 Graphs

Is the Pacific Pumas study TL;DR for you? Check out the Pacific Pumas in 23 graphs

24 graphs that show why Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru are on the rise

Click the chart for graphs that show why Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru are on the rise

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Ecuador Returns to the Capital Markets

International economics analyst Monica Wojcik on Ecuador’s finances

Reformed Sinner or Closet Mastermind?

Reformed Sinner or Closet Mastermind?

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While you were watching the World Cup, O Globo’s Rio editor departs

Journalist Julia Michaels on shake ups at one of Brazil’s most important newspapers. Reblogged courtesy of Real Rio 

A look at Rio de Janeiro coverage by the city’s most important paper

A look at Rio de Janeiro coverage by the city’s paper of record

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