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Despite facing a fast-moving migration crisis from Venezuela, Brazil's policy response is stuck in neutral.
A reporter makes a 10-day journey up the Paraná in search of economic cooperation between Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.
With just 18 months left in President Michel Temer’s term, Brazil’s next foreign minister will face an uphill battle.
Brasília should embrace a more realistic, involved—but still ambitious—role in a changing world.
Bringing more refugees to Brazil could help the country overcome its economic malaise – and boost its international profile.
It will take much more than “xenophobia, irresponsibility and total disregard for facts” to derail the neighbors’ relationship, the former Mexican ambassador to Washington writes.
In a packed field of candidates, Christiana Figueres’ climate leadership could be a boon to her candidacy for UN Secretary-General.
Despite its current crisis, Brazil must maintain its global diplomatic presence and adapt to a more Asia-centric world.
If history is any guide, there is a risk of copycat isolationists in the South.
Brazil and Argentina should lead the diplomatic effort to change Venezuela's behavior.

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