Podcast: Brazil and the G20
Bruna Santos, Director of the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute, and Gustavo Ribeiro, Founder of The Brazilian Report, explore the implications of Brazil's leadership role at the G20, assessing its impact on the nation's global standing.
The G20 serves as the primary platform facilitating economic cooperation and discussions among the world’s foremost economies. Brazil has already been designated to preside over the G20 in the upcoming year.
Join Bruna Santos, Director of the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute, in a conversation with Gustavo Ribeiro, Founder of The Brazilian Report, as they examine the implications of Brazil’s upcoming G20 presidency. Explore the significance of this for Brazil, its global standing, and the potential impact on the world stage.
This podcast is part of the G20 Dialogues, a project of the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute in partnership with The Brazilian Report. Through live broadcasts, articles, and events, we will analyze Brazil's challenges and actions at the helm of the G20.
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About the Authors
The Brazil Institute—the only country-specific policy institution focused on Brazil in Washington—works to foster understanding of Brazil’s complex reality and to support more consequential relations between Brazilian and U.S. institutions in all sectors. The Brazil Institute plays this role by producing independent research and programs that bridge the gap between scholarship and policy, and by serving as a crossroads for leading policymakers, scholars and private sector representatives who are committed to addressing Brazil’s challenges and opportunities. Read more