Category Archives: Brazil

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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Capital Flows to Latin America: Beyond Skitters and Jitters

Energy and financial analyst (and wannabe Chilango) Jesse Rogers on cold feet in Latin America’s strongest economies

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Brazilection 2014: A Momentum Shift

The momentum in the Brazilian election campaign has shifted back to the incumbent reports No Se Mancha’s Brazilian insider João Schlüter. 

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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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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) 

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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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