João Schlüter with a polling update and his call for the Brazilian presidential election. Share your views in No Se Mancha’s internal poll below.
Dilma or Aécio, who will have the last laugh?
Marcos Moura and Ana Murgel on a new film coming out of Brazil
João Schlüter on the Brazilian presidential campaign as it hits the final stretch.
Dilma almost fainted after a recent debate (she recovered quickly)
Posted in Brazil, Uncategorized
Tagged 2014, Aécio, Brazil, Brazilian politics, dilma, election, Latin America blog, Lula, Marina Silva, PSDB, PT, strategy
Samuel George responds to a journalists questions
OPEC? More Like Oh Sh**
Posted in Andean Region, Brazil, Mexico + Central America
Tagged Brazil, Colombia, energy, falling, Latin America blog, Mexico, oil, oil prices, opec, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela
James McBride on Chile’s new carbon tax
Carbon has a price on its head
Posted in Regions, Southern Cone
Tagged Bachelet, British Columbia, cap and trade, Carbon, Chile, China, energy, ETS, Mexico, tax policy, Vancouver
Energy and financial analyst (and wannabe Chilango) Jesse Rogers on natural gas in Latin America
A combustable situation
Minas Gerais native and Brazil analyst Luciana Guimarães on the rise of Aécio, the fall of Marina, and why Dilma is in the hot seat.
How we got here
Posted in Brazil
Tagged Aécio, Bolsa Familia, brazil presidential election, dilma, Latin America blog, Lula, Marina Silva, neves, No Se Mancha, Se Mancha, why neves will win