Events

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.

Paulo Sotero discusses the financial crisis and Brazil's role in coordinating international action on Globo News Painel

Hosted by William Waak, three panelists Eduardo Giannetti Ibmec-SP, Paulo Tenani FGV-SP, Paulo Sotero Woodrow Wilson Center, discuss. Watch video: financial crisis Watch video: Brazil and the G-20 [Videos in Portuguese]

Thinking Brazil 18

Political Corruption in Brazil The Mensalão Scandal and the Future of the PTMarch 2006

The Brazil Institute mourns the passing of journalist Ruy Mesquita

He was the first recipient in Brazil of the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service

Emerging Powers: India, Brazil and South Africa (IBSA) and the Future of South-South Cooperation

Due to the current trends of political and economic restructuring, South-South cooperation is expected to play an increasingly important role in the post-recession world. India, Brazil, and South Africa (IBSA) established a dialogue forum to increase multilateral collaboration on a number of issues, especially those relating to development. The Brazil Institute hosted a half-day conference on IBSA, revealing two key themes: current accomplishments in enhancing global governance, economic relations, and foreign policy strategies; and the potential to improve regional security in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

On Eve of World Cup, Brazil Well-Regarded in Much of the World

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, views of Brazil internationally are positive.

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