Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Case For Aécio

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.

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Evo Prepares for First Second Term, or Second First Term

Financial Advisor, Political Analyst and Jolly Globetrotter Alex Rosen on Bolivia’s Presidential Elections

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Interview with Jason Furman, Obama’s Top Economic Adviser

As part of the Global Economic Dynamics project, I had a chance to speak with Dr. Furman, Chairman of the White House Counsel of Economic Advisers on globalization 

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Brazilection 2014: Wait, What?!

João Schlüter on the shocking results of Round One in Brazil

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Will Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance Strengthen Ties?

Samuel George responds for the Inter-American Dialogue’s Daily Advisor

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Brazilection 2014: Coming full circle

No Se Mancha’s Brazilian insider João Schlüter  gives his predictions days before the first round of the presidential election this Sunday. 

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Educación 3.0 – The Future of Education in the Americas

Education expert Gabriel Zinny introduces his new book Educación 3.0: The Struggle for Talent in Latin America on the challenges facing schools across the  Americas

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