Democracy

2019 Brazilian State Governments

Participation in Brazilian Elections: 1894-2018

Can Pakistan Experience an Era of Change?

Pakistan’s new government has promised to shake things up.

Elected in July and led by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party (PTI), the new administration has vowed to do away with business as usual. The PTI projects itself as something different—a clean party not led by a family dynasty—and insists it will run the country differently from previous government as well.

2018 Brazilian Elections - Presidential Candidates' Proposals on Public Security

2018 Brazilian Elections - Presidential Candidates' Proposals on the Economy

2018 Brazilian Elections - Presidential Candidates' Proposals on Democracy

An Unpredictable Presidential Showdown in Brazil

Right-winger Jair Bolsonaro and leftist Fernando Haddad are headed into an unpredictable showdown in a political atmosphere poisoned by intolerance and  violence. With neither candidate offering a convincing platform, Brazilian voters are bound to pick the president they see as the lesser of two evils.

Teleconference | Brazilian Elections: Results and Expectations

Join the Brazil Institute and the Brazil-U.S. Business Council for a discussion about the results of the Brazilian elections following the first round of voting on Sunday, October 7.

This event will bring together stakeholders in Washington, opinion-makers from universities and think tanks, and the business community from both Brazil and the United States to analyze Brazil’s economic and political outlook and priorities for the bilateral agenda.

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