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The Cordial Brazilian

Brazilians too readily accept recycled images of themselves.

Class War

Europe’s student protests point to deeper social and political dilemmas.

Brazil’s Journey

Constructive moderation is the lodestone of Brazil’s way in the world.

A Conversation with Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Making Progress

Brazil’s former President talks with the AI’s Walter Russell Mead about his country’s emergence as a democracy and an economic powerhouse, and how a man of the Left got labelled as a man of the right.

Connecting American and Brazilian Interests

U.S.-Brazilian cooperation needs careful tending in changing times.

A Word of Welcome

from the U.S. Ambassador to Brazil.

Reform School for Radicals

Deradicalization programs are justified by their indirect effects.

Playing with Fire

Shades of gray envelop political Islam in autocratic Central Asia.

Vacation Note: I Go to Rio

Carlos Saldanha’s animated blue macaw is Hollywood’s soft-power gift to Brazil.

Land of Charm and Cruelty

Cambodia’s demons thrive on the international community’s largesse.

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Putin's Patronage

The rebound of Russia’s largest oil company appears to be a major success story, but the truth is more complicated.

TAI elsewhere

Jason Willick on the inadequacy of the donor class vision for the Republican Party.

Regulate Don't Kill

Trying to apply blue model thinking to post-blue problems is foolish.

A New Cud to Chew

Feeding cows seaweed could cut out 99 percent of their methane emissions.

Trouble in Brussels

After threatening Putin with new sanctions over Syria, European leaders discover they lack the political will to deliver.

The United States is now going to have to figure out how to help Venezuela avoid completely melting down, with the Venezuelan strongman still at the helm.

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