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Kellie Meiman on what's next for Brazil

Kellie Meiman addressed the Council on Foreign Relations on the current state of play in Brazil and current issues in Brazil-U.S. relations, including the significance of President Dilma Rousseff's upcoming visit to the U.S. and forecasted economic contraction.

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Amy Glover on opportunities for expanded trade between Mexico and Brazil

Writing for Mexico's El Universal newspaper on the occasion of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's visit to Mexico, Amy Glover points to the widespread opportunities for the two countries to find "mutually beneficial synergies" despite their historically different outlooks and approaches. May 27, 2015 El Universal

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Stephen Donehoo comments on U.S. investigations of senior Venezuelan officials and other key diplomatic events

In an interview with NTN24, Stephen Donehoo discussed the U.S. investigation of senior Venezuelan officials alleged to be involved in narcotics trafficking, ISIS threats to attack Rome, restoration of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba, and Chinese Premiere Li’s trip to Latin America.

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Teresita Schaffer Highlights Indian PM Modi's Success with the India-Bangladesh Border Agreement

Ambassador Teresita Schaffer calls attention to the significance of the recently concluded India-Bangladesh border agreement, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi's success in shepherding the agreement through the Indian parliament.  Read more on Amb. Schaffer's blog, South Asia Hand. May 13, 2015 South Asia Hand

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Stephen Donehoo analyzes heightened security concerns in the US

In an interview with NTN-24, Stephen Donehoo discussed the increased security threat level in the United States, Special Operations exercises in Western US states, and Seymour Hersh's article asserting that the raid in Pakistan against Osama bin Laden was a hoax.

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