“Brazil’s John Oliver” isn’t afraid to take a side.
A coming of age story, laced with tear gas.
When a 250-year drought hit São Paulo, established rivals moved from competition to collaboration.
Uma entrevista com a ex-ministra do Meio Ambiente.
An interview with Brazil’s environment minister in the 2000s.
The two presidents’ penchants for looking to the past have the U.S. and Brazil on the wrong track.
A large privatization program already underway could help bridge the gap until reforms help boost growth.
The former “Lava Jato candidate” is weakening the fight against corruption – and he is not alone.
Economic and geopolitical interests clash with surging public concern about the environment.
Real growth hinges on a sustained reform agenda including changes to the tax code, writes a longtime Brazil expert.


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