Elections

Brazilian Elections: Second-Round Results and U.S.-Brazil Relations Under a New Administration

Join the Wilson Center's Brazil Institute and the Brazil-U.S. Business Council in a roundtable discussion about the second-round results of the Brazilian elections. The roundtable will bring together D.C. stakeholders, opinion makers from universities and think tanks, government representatives, and the business community from both Brazil and the United States to discuss Brazil's economic and political outlook under a new administration, priorities of the bilateral agenda, and productive ways of deepening the dialogue between the incoming government and the U.S.

Brazil’s Right Turn?

In this edition of Wilson Center NOW we discuss the first round of Brazil’s election and the surge of far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro.  Paulo Sotero, Director of the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute, explains what a Bolsonaro government might mean for Brazil’s economy and foreign relations.
 
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Participation in Brazilian Elections: 1894-2018

Electoral Tsunami Sweeps Bolsonaro Closer to Brazilian Presidency

An electoral tsunami puts untested, ultraconservative Jair Bolsonaro closer to the presidency. Further congressional fragmentation makes it uncertain whether outcome will lead to better governance.

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

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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