Brazil

(Christine Bootes , plus55) Plus55 American English editor reflects on the last year of Brazilian news. 1. Brazil and the States have more in common than you might think Spanning roughly 8.5 million square kilometers, Brazil’s territory is just slightly smaller than that ...

Brazil announced in January 2016 , that it has accepted Yossi Sheli as Israel’s ambassador to the country putting an end to a diplomatic standoff that led to a underground diplomatic war between the Jewish state and Latin America’s biggest country. ...

A silent erosion of Brazil’s rule of law is taking place by João Carlos Magalhães. As you’re probably aware, liberal democracies are endangered. Donald Trump’s approaching presidency might entail the piecemeal deconstruction of America as we know it. Brexit might be ...

Brazil has a very large number of political parties. The current main challenge for Brazil is the challenge depicted in the book of Sergio Abranches ‘ Coalition Presidentialism : The Brazilian Institutional Dilemna”.According to the book ,  Brazil’s most serious institutional ...

Analysis The months-long stalemate between Brazil’s ruling Workers’ Party and the opposition has finally been broken, and President Dilma Rousseff is one step closer to losing her post. On Dec. 2, Eduardo Cunha, the president of Brazil’s lower house of ...

Brazil. Throughout the country, protests against Dilma Rousseff Brazilians are tired of corruption, recession, political elites. Sunday, they took to the streets to demand the departure of their president. "Out Dilma!" "No to corruption!" Such were the claims of 900,000 ...