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After a Year of Protests Brazil Enters 2014 Ready to Welcome the World

It has been quite a year in Brazil. The country experienced huge demonstrations as ...

After Two Years in Power Brazil President Gets an A in Economy, Politics and Foreign Policy

“Nobody will want you. You will be deformed”, the 22-year-old prisoner was told in ...

Brazilians Don’t Protest in the Streets Simply Because They’re Happy With What They Have

What happened? Or rather, why it didn’t happen? There were only 150 “protestants” in ...

Brazilian Government’s Portal Promises a Lot But Is Off to a Slow Start

Services and information about federal actions and programs by the Brazilian government, which were ...

Cover of Brazilian weekly magazine Veja

The Brazilian Dream: Getting a Job in Government

Becoming a civil servant has become once again the Brazilian middle class dream, according ...

Cathedral of Brasília, in the Brazil's Capital

Government, Industry, Unions, Media, Church, They’re All Bankrupt in Brazil

You can’t deny it: in Brazil public authority is melting like ice cream under ...

Lula’s Popularity Falls 6% in Brazil

The 75th survey of Brazil’s National Confederation of Transport (CNT) and the Sensus Institute ...

Brazil’s State Machine Shrinks

The 1990s in Brazil was a decade characterized by privatizations and a shrinking of ...