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Brazilian Infrastructure: The Good, the Bad, and the Opportunity

By Political economist and Latin America-specialist Samuel George 

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Brazilection 2014: Don’t faint! This campaign is close and dirty

João Schlüter on the Brazilian presidential campaign as it hits the final stretch. 

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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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Brazilection 2014: Wait, What?!

João Schlüter on the shocking results of Round One in Brazil

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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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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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Pessimism about Brazil’s growth explained

 Cornelius Fleischhaker on why the Brazilian economy is like a shell fish

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A Gringo’s Guide to the Brazilian Presidential Election

By João Schlüter, a Brazilian political analyst

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Brazilian Bonds: Hot or Not?

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

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Beyond Politics: The Reality of Gender Equality in Latin America

Melissa Gilbert on women’s rights in the Americas

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