Inter-American Dialogue Latin America Advisor, 06/10/2013
Paulo Sotero, Director of the Brazil Institute, was featured in a Latin America Advisor Q&A, stating that “after derailing in the wake of Brazil and Turkey's failed mediation efforts on the Iranian nuclear program in 2010, Brazil-U.S. relations were put on a constructive path by Presidents Dilma Rousseff and Barack Obama.”
BBC News, 06/18/2013
Paulo Sotero discussed the recent protests in Brazil against the country’s economy and government in this BBC interview. His appearance begins at the 5:20:15 mark.
Brazil institute Director Paulo Sotero appeared on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock” to discuss the motivation behind the Brazilian protests.
BBC Radio 4’s The World Tonight featured Paulo Sotero to comment on Brazil’s recent economic and political protests, and the groups of people partaking in these protests. You can hear Sotero’s remarks around the 31:09 mark.
KPFK FM, 06/19/2013
Paulo Sotero spoke on KPFK FM’s Background Briefing with Ian Masters regarding the nationwide protests in Brazil.
Paulo Sotero remarked on the recent protests in Brazil during KCRW To the Point radio show.
The Wall Street Journal, 06/19/2013
"Protesters are asserting their sacred civil right to raise their voices and demand respect from authorities and by a self-serving political class that has become an embarrassment to itself and to the nation," said Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars.
Tiroler Tageszeitung, 06/20/2013
This article is in German.
Paulo Sotero is quoted in this article on the causes of the recent uprisings in Brazil.
The Australian, 06/21/2013
Paulo Sotero’s blog post, “Brazil’s protests spread and enter critical phase” was quoted in an article published in the Australian about the civil unrest surrounding the 2013 Confederations Cup.
The Sacramento Bee, 06/21/2013
This piece on Brazil’s protests features several quotes from Paulo Sotero.
The Wall Street Journal, 06/21/2013
"Dilma has to do something in order to respond to this," said Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, D.C.
Eurasia Review, 06/23/2013
This analysis on the protests in Brazil features quotes from Paulo Sotero.
This article is in Italian.
Paulo Sotero was interviewed for a newspaper in Milan on Brazil’s recent uprisings.
The Financial Times, 06/23/2013
Paulo Sotero comments on the protests in Brazil in this Financial Times Article. Sotero said, “To sustain this thing, obviously the risk is you will mobilise the wrong crowd, you will see more looting and lose legitimacy.”
The Financial Times, 06/23/201
Paulo Sotero wrote an article for the Financial Times on the Brazilian uprising, the causes fueling it, and the issues facing Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. Sotero writes, “For now, and until the political system changes, traditional forms of mediation are out and direct democracy is in.”
Wall Street Journal, 06/24/2013
"This could release enormous political energy and, if done right, could be a way for her to come out on top," said Paulo Sotero, who directs the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington. "Every Brazilian knows the political structure is completely messed up, and though the initiative to change it is coming from the street, she is showing she is listening and understands it."
Wisconsin Public Radio, 06/24/2013
Paulo Sotero comments on the protests in Brazil.
Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, 06/24/2013
Paulo Sotero remarked on the recent protests in Brazil during an interview with RFE/RL Washington bureau chief Heather Maher.
The Diane Rehm Show featured Paulo Sotero in a panel discussion on what the Brazilian protests mean for Latin America’s biggest economy.
Yam News, 06/26/2013
This article is in Chinese.
This piece on Brazlian President Dilma Rousseff’s referendum proposal quotes Paulo Sotero.
Inter-American Dialogue Latin America Advisor, 06/26/2013
Paulo Sotero was featured in this Q&A pertaining to how massive protests in Brazil will change the country’s political landscape.
CNI English, 06/27/2013
Director of the Brazil Institute, Paulo Sotero, was interviewed by CRI English regarding the effects of a staggering economy on the protests sweeping through Brazilian streets.
Director of the Brazil Institute, Paulo Sotero speaks with VOA's Foro Interamericano on Brazil's continued protests
Global Observatory, 06/28/2013
Director of the Brazil Institute, Paulo Sotero, spoke with Global Observatory on the ongoing protests in Brazil, noting that "People in power are really ignoring the common man’s plight, and I think that is what made this thing boil over."