Brazil received some pretty bad economic news yesterday. In my latest (exceedingly well timed) WPR piece, I talk a bit about how Brazil’s apparent aspirations to influence don’t fit very w
The Dutch defeat at the Second Battle of Guararapes now stands avenged.
The Brazilians may finally be getting some decent aircraft for the Sao Paulo: The Government of Brazil has requested proposals from several foreign suppliers, including the United States, to provide t
Feng at ID highlights two new bits of data on China’s aircraft carrier program. The first is that the Chinese have carried out significant work on the ex-Varyag, the Kuznetsov class carrier that
Mr. Trend talks a bit about the resumption of the Brazilian (civilian) nuclear power program: The power plant was originally decreed in the 1970s as part of the military dictatorship’s demonstra
Ronaldo picked up tranvestite hookers? Mr. Trend seems to think there are more important stories to talk about in Brazil. I’m unconvinced.
Mr. Trend has a great post about poverty, violence, and abortion in Brazil.