Brazil

The Mercurial Relations between Brazil and Argentina

April 26, 2016

It is frequently argued that the rivalry between Brazil and Argentina has been surmounted. That is, the two countries have successfully overcome their differences and turned their relationship into a paragon of a strategic partnership - except on the pitch. Although Brazil-Argentina provides an astonishing example of turning an erstwhile opponent into a strategic ally, the fact is that the two countries live a love-hate relationship.

Brazil’s Belo Monte Dam and the Green Economy

April 26, 2016

The Brazilian government has placed its bet on Amazonian hydroelectric infrastructure as a key piece of its clean energy future. A national discourse about the green economy and sustainable development surround such large development projects today, despite the long and distressing historical track record of building large dams in the Amazon.

Becoming a Black Nation? Brazil’s Racial Identity and ‘African’ Foreign Affairs

April 26, 2016

Since the end of the nineteenth century, Brazil has enjoyed international renown as a ‘racial democracy’ and a mixed-race country, due to its mixture of people of European, African and Amerindian descent. Mário de Andrade and Gilberto Freyre were amongst several intellectuals who, from the beginning of the twentieth century, started to positively assess the black and African roots of Brazil.

Tackling Brazil’s Political and Economic Downfall

During the first years of the new century, the Brazilian economy experienced an economic growth spurt, and its society became more equal than before. It was included among the most important developing economies worldwide (the "BRICS") and was often regarded as an example to be followed. Recently, however, it seems as if it had lost its way toward development.

CAPES and Political Science in Brazil

By the end of 2012, Brazilian graduate education comprises 1,717 doctoral, 2,894 Academic Master's, and 395 Professional Master's programs. We see a basically continuous upward line regarding the number of doctoral, Master's, and Professional Master's programs. There are no breaks or shifts in this pattern that may be associated to political or institutional changes. We see no pattern breaks after 1985, when the military regime gave way to civilian governments.

Dr. Pérez-Liñán analiza “dos errores de juicio que entorpecen el debate de la crisis” en Brasil

El profesor de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Pittsburgh, Aníbal Pérez-Liñán, publicó recientemente un artículo en La Nación, uno de los diarios más grandes deArgentina, en el que analiza la crisis política que afecta actualmente a

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