Should the Planalto Palace* be looking towards the U.S. presidential candidates in the hopes of starting to propose partnerships for 2009-2012?
The Foreign Minister Celso Amorim told this blog, in New York, that Brasilia is making a point of staying far away from this dispute. Lula is the president, they are [Read more]
Before anything else, a lesson (I dont know the author) to illustrate the current financial crisis in the USA:
"Mr. Bill has a bar and decides that he wants to sell cachaça* on credit to his loyal customers, all of whom are drunks, and almost all of whom are unemployed.
Because he decides to sell on credit, he can [Read more]
The intervention in major real estate financing businesses by the U.S. Federal Government announced at the beginning of the month is a necessary, but probably not sufficient step toward overcoming the international crisis, according to a Brazilian Central Bank analysis.
This information comes from a report from the [Read more]
President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said in an interview with TV Brasil that he supports the decision by President Evo Morales to expel the United States Ambassador, Philip Goldberg, from Bolivia. If it is true that the US Ambassador met with Evo Morales opposition, Evo was correct to make him leave. [Read more]
The United States Secret Service is investigating two letters sent last week to democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, according to the Associated Press.
The authorities are trying to discover the nature and extent of the threats, according to agent Douglas Zloto, who is in charge of the organization's [Read more]
Attack a woman like Palin, and the result is to turn her into a victim of machismo, sexism, prejudice, etc. Turn your back on her, and you will emerge with a beautiful bite on your behind.
Believe it. The president of the United States, George Bush, caused a festive atmosphere among the petistas* who came together to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Finance Ministry. Ministers, advisers and economists tied to the Workers Party could not contain their joy when commenting on the Americans [Read more]
Brazil is one of the priorities in American foreign relations, and it is up to the next presidenteither democrat Barack Obama or the republican John McCainto tighten the diplomatic ties between the two nations, said American Senator Chuck Hagel, a republican from Nebraska, this Tuesday.
I cannot tell Brazilians [Read more]
Names in the American foreign policy establishment have already publicly announced that we are living in an a-polar world. Others speak of multi-polarity, and still others speak of a post-American era. The United States, they say as one, continues to be an economic and military power without equal, but it [Read more]
The democratic delegates will be able to symbolically vote for ex-candidate Hillary Clinton in the Democratic National Convention, an event that makes the party's candidate to the general elections official.
"I am convinced that honoring the historic campaign of Senator Clinton will help us to celebrate this defining [Read more]