Monthly Archives: May 2012

Democracy and Its Discontents

David Brooks of the New York Times just wrote an interesting piece about the political¬†problems facing the United States and the European Union.¬† He writes that both the U.S. and the European Union are facing a situation where two political … Continue reading

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The slowdown in China and what it could mean for Brazil.

The May/June issue of Foreign Affairs has an insightful analysis about the slowdown in China and what it could mean for Brazil’s economy. As most are aware, China has built an export oriented machine over the last decade that has … Continue reading

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