Tag Archives: Latin America

Brazil’s Political Soap Opera? More Like Theatre of the Absurd

By Samuel George and João Schlüter {This piece originally appeared on the Global Economics Dynamics blog} Advertisements

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Singing at the Crossroads

From the Southern Cone to the Caribbean, we’ve caught some serious music in the first year of The Crossroads. Here are a some of highlights…

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Solar Power in Chile: Land of the Rising Sun

By Jesse Rogers of Moody’s Analytics

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How Commodity-Dependent Are Latin American Economies?

By Otaviano Canuto

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Domingo Cavallo Comments on 2015 Argentine Elections

Part of  an ongoing series “Argentina at a Crossroads” in the run up to general elections in 2015. 

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Are Mega-Trade Agreements a Threat to Brazil?

Brazilian economist, World Bank Senior Adviser and former Vice President Otaviano Canuto on the effect of global trade deals, TPP and TIPP on Brazil 

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US Policy in Latin America: What a difference a decade makes

Theodore Kahn argues that things are looking up for the United States in Latin America

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