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Jair Bolsonaro talked tough on China during his campaign, but his tone has changed now that he’s in office. Deep business ties help explain why.
Un espíritu emprendedor – y la recesión de Brasil – llevó a este genio de la informática a tener éxito en China.
The anti-crime package in Congress now may not be enough to fight transnational gangs.
With the opposition in disarray, Hamilton Mourão has become Bolsonaro’s top opponent.
Jair Bolsonaro pegou pesado contra a China durante a campanha. Mas mudou o tom depois que assumiu a presidência. Fortes laços comerciais ajudam a explicar por quê.
Jair Bolsonaro habló en un tono severo sobre China durante su campaña. Pero esto ha cambiado después de que asumió la presidencia. Los profundos lazos económicos son la explicación.
An entrepreneurial spirit – and Brazil's recession – drove this IT whiz to success in China.
Amid startling levels of violence, Brazilian state and municipal governments can be a source for innovative solutions.
After 100 days in office, the president’s halo seems to be cracking in the eyes of some of his most loyal followers.
Despite popular support for anti-corruption efforts, Brazil hasn’t sufficiently attacked the underlying causes of graft. Why?

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