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Brazil's School Stipend Has Become a Vote-Buying Scheme PDF Print E-mail
2006 - March 2006
Written by Cristovam Buarque   
Thursday, 09 March 2006 09:46

Brazilian kids in schoolFor a long time now Brazil has paid for scholarships so that university graduates could continue studying instead of entering the job market immediately. In 2005 the Brazilian government allocated 540 million reais (US$ 250 million) - and it should have spent more - to finance scholarships for Brazilian graduate students to study in Brazil or abroad. Inspired by this, the idea of the Bolsa-Escola, or School Stipend, was born in 1987 at the University of Brasília.

 
If in Brazil Everyone Seems to Be Italian That's Because They Are PDF Print E-mail
2006 - April 2006
Written by Adam Lee   
Sunday, 02 April 2006 17:53

Italians arrive in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, in 1881As you probably know, the Italian word ciao is not only used for "hello" but also for "goodbye." It is rooted in the Italian word schiavo, or slave, with the inferred meaning of being at the service of another person. Around 1875, droves of northern Italians came to the service of the Brazilian government by filling the gaps, which the abolition of the slave trade brought about in Brazil.

 
While the American Dream Is Outsourced Brazil Drives the World into the Future PDF Print E-mail
2006 - September 2006
Written by Ricardo C. Amaral   
Wednesday, 06 September 2006 09:11

Sugar Cane fields forever in BrazilNever in the history of the world have we had an economic revolution similar to the one that it is under way today. The global reallocation of economic power from the current superpower - the United States - to the new emerging powers of the future such as China, Brazil, India, Russia and the Arab Gulf countries is mind-boggling.

 
The World Serves Brazilian Food and Culture. Bon Appétit! PDF Print E-mail
2006 - July 2006
Written by Clara Angelica Porto   
Sunday, 02 July 2006 14:03

Brazilian apperitif, caipirinhaIt is no longer a surprise to find Brazilian groceries in stores all over the world.  Chá Mate can be found in Russia, cachaça not only is found in Germany and other countries, but in New York many bars now serve the very Brazilian caipirinha drink. In Japan today, one can even find manioc flour.

 
Brazil's Lula Pays the Penalty for Complacency PDF Print E-mail
2006 - October 2006
Written by John Fitzpatrick   
Monday, 02 October 2006 06:00

Decision in Second Round, says headlinePresident Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's failure to win the election in the first round by a mere 1.5% was a welcome sign from the Brazilian electorate that there are limits to its tolerance of corruption and subterfuge. By refusing to give Lula the first-round victory he had craved and expected, electors were telling him that he should not take their support for granted.

 
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