Post Tagged with: "Dilma Rousseff"

Closing the Second Cycle in BRICS: A Surprise or Business as Usual?

Closing the Second Cycle in BRICS: A Surprise or Business as Usual?

BRICS has by now turned into a brand. This brand imposes responsibility on its members to respond to global challenges and serves the interests of the global community.

The Domestic Nightmare and the Unfulfilled Global Dreams of Brazil

The Domestic Nightmare and the Unfulfilled Global Dreams of Brazil

In the name of the dream of global relevance in the future, Brazilian leaders often ends up forgetting to rule in the name of people’s well-being in the present.

Arrested Development: Brazil in a World in Crisis (2008-2018)

Arrested Development: Brazil in a World in Crisis (2008-2018)

Caught in the transition between competitive scarcity and competitive abundance the status of Brazil as an emerging power was left hanging in the balance.

From Euphoria to Inertia: Brazil’s International Rise and Decline

From Euphoria to Inertia: Brazil’s International Rise and Decline

Foreign policy is usually not considered relevant in Brazil’s domestic agenda but it is time to realize that the country is part of the same globalised world.

The ‘Pink Tide’ and Brazil’s Workers’ Party

The ‘Pink Tide’ and Brazil’s Workers’ Party

Moderation and not quick change of the Workers’ Party has been a key factor in the turning of the tide for progressive change in Brazilian shores.

Democracy in the Crucible: Impeachment or Coup d’État in Brazil?

Democracy in the Crucible: Impeachment or Coup d’État in Brazil?

Today, Brazil finds itself enmeshed in the worst economic contraction in a generation, coupled with a political deadlock fuelled by a parade of corruption scandals.

Dilma’s Brazil

Dilma’s Brazil

Serious measures will have to be put in place if Brazil is to sustain its competitiveness and continue to be one of the engines of economic growth for the global economy.

“I’m Mad as Hell…”: Brazilian Protests in Comparative Perspective

“I’m Mad as Hell…”: Brazilian Protests in Comparative Perspective

The ‘Vinegar Revolution’ is an expression of rage against power, corruption, and unfairness that lacks specific form or targets and ultimately is likely to fail to produce any change.

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