Monthly Archives: August 2014

Interview with Energy Expert John Padilla on Mexico’s Reforms

A few months ago I had a chance to catch up with John Padilla in Mexico City to talk about the Mexican energy reforms. 

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Electricity Consumption in Brazil: An October Surprise?

Energy analyst and wannabe Chilango Jesse Rogers on the risks to electricity shortfalls over the coming months in Brazil.

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Brazilection 2014: It’s TV time!

NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter looks back on the first week of TV spots in the presidential campaign. 

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Brazilection 2014: A first glimpse at a new race

In a first poll after the death of Presidential candidate Eduardo Campos his likely replacement Marina Silva is shaking up the field reports NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter. 

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Brazilection 2014: A tragic game changer

NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter on the consequences of the death of presidential candidate Eduardo Campos who was killed in an airplane crash on August 13.  

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Security–Mexico’s Missing Reform

Theodore Kahn explains why public security holds the key to Peña Nieto’s reform agenda.

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Venezuela: Can the revolution survive with a little help from its friends?

Venezuelan contributor Francisco Rodríguez on the Bolivarian Republic’s increasing dependency on China 

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