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Rousseff Ouster: No, Not a Coup, But Yes, Tainted

There are reasons to be uncomfortable with impeachment process. It was not a coup—and had all the appearances of being fully legal and constitutional. But, arguably, it was not completely fair and above board.

Peter Hakim

˙ Brink News

Dilma and Brazil: A View from Washington

The US visit of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff nine months ago, as it turned out, had little consequence.

Peter Hakim

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Estadão

Brazil’s Fall: What Comes Next?

Brazil’s debilitating problems seem to be of far greater interest than its spectacular rise just a few years ago.

Peter Hakim

Four More Years for Dilma

On Sunday, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was re-elected by a 3.28-point margin with 51.64 percent of the valid vote.

A Very Full Year of Elections

In the year-long period from November 2013 to November 2014, presidential elections will occur in nine Latin American countries.

Peter Hakim

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Infolatam

Does Rousseff Have Enough Support?

What factors will influence Brazil’s upcoming elections? How are Rousseff’s rivals faring ahead of the vote?

Roberto Teixeira da Costa, Joel Korn

Hakim, BBC (July 12, 2017) 1

Se o mesmo não acontecer com Aécio (Neves) ou (Michel) Temer, essa sentença pode acabar ajudando Lula em 2018, porque será interpretada como injustiça – mesmo se Lula for mesmo culpado pelo que lhe é atribuído. O problema é que as gravações e depoimentos envolvendo Temer e Aécio parecem ainda…