Brazil

Op-Ed

Marina's "Post-Racial" Brazil

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

With less than one month until Brazil's elections kick-off, Julia Sweig highlights the significance of the heated race between current President Dilma Rousseff and "dark horse" candidate Marina Silva.

See more in Brazil; Elections

Op-Ed

Just Dating is Enough

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

Following the meeting between Dilma Rousseff and Joe Biden on the margins of the World Cup, Julia Sweig reflects in her column on the significance of the thaw in U.S.-Brazil relations after a year marked by the Snowden revelations, cyberspying, and postponements.

See more in Brazil; Diplomacy and Statecraft

Op-Ed

The World Cup and American Students

Author: Julia E. Sweig

As the 2014 World Cup approaches, Julia Sweig relfects, in her column, on the links between Brazil's consolidation as a major power and its ascendance in American academic thought, and posits the World Cup as an opportunity to crystallize Brazil's emergence.

See more in Brazil; Society and Culture

Op-Ed

Postmortem Questions

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

Ties between Brazil and the United States will continue after Brazilian president Dilma cancelled her trip to Washington, but a prime opportunity to forge a new relationship has been lost, writes Julia Sweig.

See more in Brazil; United States; Politics and Strategy

Op-Ed

Dear President Dilma

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

Julia Sweig urges Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff to look past the offense of NSA spying revelations and go forward with her planned October state visit to Washington.

See more in Brazil; Presidents and Chiefs of State

Op-Ed

NSA, SIVAM, Dilma, and Barack

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

Although revelations of NSA spying provoked an angry reaction last week in Brazil, the U.S. and Brazilian administrations should treat this crisis as an opportunity, writes Julia Sweig.

See more in Brazil; United States; Intelligence

Op-Ed

Ten Questions for the New BRICS Bank

Author: Isobel Coleman
Foreign Policy

The recent announcement of a BRICS development bank raised many questions. Isobel Coleman writes about the potential structure and purpose of the BRICS development bank and its implications for international development and the global economy.

See more in India; Brazil; Economic Development

Op-Ed

Mexico’s New Narrative

Author: Julia E. Sweig
Folha de Sao Paulo

Julia E. Sweig assesses the recent shift in Mexico's narrative under the newly inaugurated president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and the implications of this shift for Brazil.

See more in Economic Development; Mexico; Brazil