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Geopolitical divisions in the West could give Brazil and its partners a chance to increase their influence.
Soaring coca cultivation and a troubled peace deal will demand attention, but most voters are worried about other priorities.
To trigger a transition, the government’s beleaguered opponents will likely need to turn up the pressure.
While the U.S. and others expel diplomats, Brazil’s decision not to criticize Russia reveals its uncertain position in the changing global order.
While all eyes are on the military intervention in Rio, Brazil’s generals are preparing for one of the world’s most complex peacekeeping missions.
Provided a moderate wins in 2018, Brazil could quickly regain some of the diplomatic heft it lost under Rousseff and Temer.
The U.S. shouldn't ignore the geopolitical advantages of having good neighbors.
The former Attorney General was a loyal chavista – now she’s fled the country, and Maduro has called for her arrest.
Brazil's dramatic foreign policy shifts actually follow something of a pattern.
Bolivian and Chilean border authorities are meeting for the first time since 2011, but their relationship is as strained as ever.

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