The Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute recently convened a panel that looked ahead at the challenges facing Brazil in 2016 on the heels of the debilitating political and economic crisis that engulfed the country in 2015.
The drama of Brazil’s immense political and economic crisis has reached a sort of “ground zero” point, from which it can develop in any direction, leading to a positive or very negative outcome for the country.
Former Brazil Institute Scholar Roberto Simon discusses Brazil's foreign policy.
Is this the climate change “game changer” that the world has been waiting for? An expert panel gathered to assess what was accomplished during the Paris climate talks, and what the agreement means moving forward.
A president fighting impeachment names a finance minister not trusted by markets, as Brazilians, dismayed by the country's politics, prepare for more hardship in 2016.
The Brazil Institute of the Wilson Center honored André Esteves and Thomas Lovejoy in event that celebrated the cause of global environmental sustainabilityOct 20, 2015
On October 6, 2015, the Brazil Institute honored André Esteves and Thomas Lovejoy in New York City.
Director Paulo Sotero writes for the Financial Times on the growing corruption scandal in Brazil.
The Brazil Institute is proud to announce the recipients of the 2015 Woodrow Wilson Awards Dinner
Brazil Institute Advisory Board member Carlos Eduardo Lins da Silva weighs in on the current political and economic situation gripping Brazil.