Author Archives: theoakahn

Brazilian Bonds: Hot or Not?

Theodore Kahn on the financial markets’ love-hate relationship with Brazil. Advertisements

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Mexico’s Energy Reforms—We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Mexico has passed landmark energy reform – now comes the hard part

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NAFTA at 20: A Good Deal for Mexico?

Theodore Kahn on what 20 years of NAFTA have meant for Mexico

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Chinese Investment in Latin America: Much Ado about Next to Nothing

Theodore Kahn on why the China-Latin America relationship disappoints.

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Brazil: Why the Protests didn’t sink Dilma

Theodore Kahn on why Dilma is in the driver’s seat for Brazil’s 2014 elections.

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Mexico: Reforming Ain’t Easy

Theodore Kahn on Mexico’s winding path to reform

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Thoughts on Two September 11s

Theodore Kahn on September 11, 1973 and September 11, 2001 — and what they have in common.

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