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Corruption in Brazil
Corruption in Brazil
Brazil’s House of Cards Collapses

As of today, only one of five living democratic presidents in modern Brazilian history managed to stay out of corruption entanglements.

Corruption in Brazil
Brazil’s Former President to Be Indicted?

This is big, and possibly very serious news. But the dark cloud may have a silver lining.

Corruption in Brazil
Discredited Brazilian Left Cries Foul

Those on the left who want to blame some kind of vast right wing conspiracy for the collapse of the PT’s popularity are barking up the wrong tree.

Corruption in Brazil
President Rousseff Strikes Back?

Brazilian police raided the home and office of lower house President Eduardo Cunha and other elected officials this morning, looking for evidence of corruption.

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