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A high-flyer now flags

Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute, discusses Brazil developing economic trends.

A Restart of the Stunted Relations with the U.S.

Paulo Sotero, Director of the Brazil Institute, presents his views on the stunted relations between Brazil and the U.S.

President Lula to Receive Woodrow Wilson Public Service Award

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars of the Smithsonian Institution will present the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service to His Excellency Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of the Federative Republic of Brazil, at a dinner to be held on September 21, 2009, at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City. Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil and Eike F. Batista, chairman and CEO of the Brazilian EBX Group will serve as the dinner co-chairs for this prestigious event. "President Lula personifies the attributes we seek to honor at the Woodrow Wilson Center. He is a political leader who contributed decisively to bringing about the end of military rule and reopening the road to democracy in his country. This award is a tribute to a statesman who has strengthened Brazil immensely domestically and elevated its global standing," said Lee H. Hamilton, president and director of the Woodrow Wilson Center.

Democracy and the City: Assessing Urban Policy in Brazil

A joint report published by the Brazil Institute and the Comparative Urban Studies Project (CUSP). Written by Daniel Nogueira Budny, former program assistant for the Brazil Institute, the report focuses on how participatory requirements in Brazil's City Statute has reshaped the way urban policy is formulated.

The Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service honoring President Dilma Rousseff

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff will receive the Wilson Center’s Award for Public Service in New York on September 20, 2011.

Even In Snowden-Friendly Brazil, Asylum May Be 'Bridge Too Far'

Director of the Brazil Institute, Paulo Sotero, speaks to NPR regarding the continued coverage of Edward Snowden.

Brazil's Stunted Revolt

With the streets calm again, Brazilians assess the country’s largest popular protests in two decades.

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