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English, OxPol, Politics

Have the mass media fuelled Brazil’s turmoil? 


In spite of their deep flaws, newspapers and broadcasters cannot be blamed for the toxic political environment that has taken over the country...

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English, OxPol, Politics

Brazil’s delicate foundations are falling apart like a house of cards

A cornered government, a legislative short of legitimacy, a contaminated judiciary and polarised protesters put Brazilian institutional balance to the test...

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Economy, English, slider-ENG

The New Development Bank: The BRICS grouping promises to go green

The BRICS’ bank seems to be willing to invest in renewable energy projects...

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Economy, English, Top-ENG

What Do State-Owned Development Banks Do?

An analysis of the impact of loans by BNDES between 2002 e 2009...

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Economy, English

Can South America thrive under a commodity-driven economy?

After some years of steady economic growth and geopolitical integration, the countries of the region struggle to perform with a reduced demand for its local...

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Economy, English

Are the “market friendly” developing countries more successful? 


Why China, India and Brazil are examples of countries that had expressive GDP growth in recent years by not resorting only to neoliberal policies...

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