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Brazil Inside Out 2nd Edition

by Jan Rocha LAB (Latin America Bureau) (June 15, 2016)

Brazil stands tall on the world stage as host for the world cup and olympic and paralympic games, attracting millions of new tourists to a country of dazzling scenery and welcoming people. In today's world,...


The Nicaragua Grand Canal

by Russell White LAB (Latin America Bureau) (October 15, 2015)

A canal through Nicaragua connecting two oceans has been a dream central to Nicaraguan identity and to the history of the country. But the current Canal scheme, passed in 2013, has catalysed opposition to President...


Argentina under the Kirchners

by Marcela Lopez Levy LAB (Latin America Bureau) (January 15, 2017)

In 2003 Néstor Kirchner took power in a country still reeling from financial meltdown. He set out to reverse the extreme neo-liberal policies of the 1990s, and ruled through heady years of unprecedented economic...


Brazil Under the Workers’ Party

by Sue Branford LAB (Latin America Bureau) (July 15, 2015)

In 2002, after a long political struggle, Lula was elected Brazil’s first working class President amid huge expectations that he and the Workers’ Party (PT) would bring much-needed reform. A great deal was...


K

by Bernardo Kucinski LAB (Latin America Bureau) (February 04, 2015)

A remarkable novel written by the Brazilian journalist Bernardo Kucinski. K is the story of a father who searches desperately for his daughter, ‘disappeared’ during the military dictatorship in Brazil. The...