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Brazil Is Reportedly Considering Selling State Assets to Raise Cash

Brazil Is Reportedly Considering Selling State Assets to Raise Cash

The country could sell part of the post office and airports as it tries to raise needed capital

16 May 2016

Faced with International Silence, Brazilians Must Complicate Dilma’s Impeachment

Faced with International Silence, Brazilians Must Complicate Dilma’s Impeachment

Brazil in particular and Latin America at large should not be seen as a ‘pacified’ continent with a submissive population that can be manipulated with ease.

12 May 2016

by Joshua Tartakovsky

Brazil crisis: Rousseff impeachment vote 'annulled'

Brazil crisis: Rousseff impeachment vote 'annulled'

The impeachment process against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been thrown into doubt

09 May 2016

Opinion: 1

Politics in Brazil: Fasten Your Seat Belts!

Politics in Brazil: Fasten Your Seat Belts!

“First we get rid of Dilma and then we will get rid of the rest.”

09 May 2016

Opinion: 1

by James N. Green

Brazil Senate Committee Votes for Rousseff to Stand Trial

Brazil Senate Committee Votes for Rousseff to Stand Trial

A Senate committee recommended on Friday that Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial by the full chamber for breaking budget laws, moving a step closer to the likely suspension of the leftist leader from office next week.

06 May 2016

The Impeachment Process in Brazil

The Impeachment Process in Brazil

Once the impeachment process became an almost exclusive political game, the government’s minority represents the biggest risk for the President.

26 April 2016

by Natalia Rezende

Brazil: After the coup, the struggle

Brazil: After the coup, the struggle

The impeachment against President Dilma Rousseff was finally approved by the lower house of the Congress last Sunday. But in its sick pursue power, the Brazilian opposition is digging its own grave by cowardly lying to the people.

25 April 2016

by Pedro Marin

Brazil’s President Will Seek International Support Against Her Impeachment

Brazil’s President Will Seek International Support Against Her Impeachment

The embattled Dilma Rousseff is to make an appeal at the U.N. in New York City on Friday

21 April 2016

Democracy or Farce?: The Brazilian Congress and the Impeachment of President Rousseff

Democracy or Farce?: The Brazilian Congress and the Impeachment of President Rousseff

Unfortunately, there are many within the opposition to the current government who want to use this crisis to roll back progressive measures of the Lula-Rousseff administrations.

20 April 2016

by James N. Green

Brazilian Lawmakers Back Impeachment for President

Brazilian Lawmakers Back Impeachment for President

"The fight will continue in the streets and in the senate”

18 April 2016

Dilma Must Choose: A New Economic Paradigm or Prolonged Economic War and Downfall

Dilma Must Choose: A New Economic Paradigm or Prolonged Economic War and Downfall

Dilma may have a last chance to save her own skin and her country, and she must focus on reviving the economy, investing in industries, and protecting the Real from international speculation.

18 April 2016

by Joshua Tartakovsky

Is Fear-Mongering of Trump Liberal Insecurity or Resistance?

Is Fear-Mongering of Trump Liberal Insecurity or Resistance?

The question is, will liberal insecurity prevail come to the general elections or is US society on the cusp of a massive rebellion?

18 April 2016

by Danny Haiphong

What is Happening in Brazil?

What is Happening in Brazil?

The question remains whether the Brazilian people will allow Dilma’s impeachment to take place despite the fact that this appears as a well-coordinated coup to remove her from power.

17 April 2016

by Joshua Tartakovsky

Brazil Gears Up for Crucial Vote on Whether to Impeach Dilma Rousseff

Brazil Gears Up for Crucial Vote on Whether to Impeach Dilma Rousseff

President would have to step down if two-thirds of federal deputies vote against her

17 April 2016

Brazil impeachment: Vote deals new blow to Rousseff

Brazil impeachment: Vote deals new blow to Rousseff

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has suffered a blow to her hopes of staving off impeachment proceedings, after a committee voted they should go ahead

12 April 2016

Brazil: Too late for a change

Brazil: Too late for a change

The next weeks may seal Brazil’s future for years.

30 March 2016

by Pedro Marin

In the Eye of the Storm: Will Lula Strike Back?

In the Eye of the Storm: Will Lula Strike Back?

Turmoil on the streets - Brazil’s color revolution?

17 March 2016

by Pedro Marin

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