An exhibition of 18 paintings by Brazilian artist Luis Bitencourt at the Wilson Center, February 6-27, 2004
In this Op-ed, Director of the Brazil Institute, Paulo Sotero, discusses how a possible conclusion to the Doha Round has been sidelined by the global financial crisis, addresses the subsequent and misguided finger-pointing, and proposes three areas of cooperation for Presidents Lula and Obama: global warming, Africa and Cuba.Read the op-ed in Portuguese
After a surprisingly good start, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's popularity is bound to be tested in 2012, writes analyst Paulo Sotero.
Race, Inequality and Education:Challenges for Affirmative Actionin Brazil and the United States April 2005
On June 27, 2009, O Estado de São Paulo published an article by Renato Cruz on Ricardo Sennes' presentation at a recent seminar co-sponsored by the Brazil Institute and Prospectiva Consultoria. To read the article in Portuguese, view the PDF file.The article is also available electronically on O Estado de São Paulo's website.
Urban Crime and Violence:Combating Citizens' Sense of Insecurity May 2006
Paulo Sotero, director of the Brazil Institute, discusses Brazil's views on foreign monetary policy.
"From what was once a sleepy colony to its tumultuous experimentation with bureaucratic-authoritarian regimes, has now thrived into what is today the eighth largest economy and is projected to become the fourth largest by 2040."
It is with sorrow that the Brazil Institute and the Latin American Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars learned this morning about the tragic death of Dr. Zilda Arns Neumann in the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday. The sad news was confirmed by her brother, Paulo Evaristo Arns, the former cardinal of São Paulo, and by the Brazilian government. Dr. Arns was 75. "She died in the cause she has always believed," said Cardinal Arns in a statement. According to news reports, 14 Brazilian soldiers of the U.N. mission in Haiti are also among the dead.