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What to Watch in 2012: A Leading Multilateral Role

Brazil Mexico What to Watch in 2012: A Leading Multilateral Role

2012 will be a year to watch Latin America’s rising role on the multilateral stage.  The hints of Latin America’s growing stature were already there in 2011. In November, International...

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From the Forest to Brasilia: Brazil's Fight over the Amazon

Brazil From the Forest to Brasilia: Brazil's Fight over the Amazon

Brazil's declining rates of deforestation coincided with falling commodity prices, easing the economic pressures to expand farms and ranches into the Amazon. As commodity prices - particularly those for soya and beef – rise again, how will Brazil maintain its ambitious preservation plans?

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Strengthening the Neighborhood: the Guadalajara Trilateral Summit

General Mexico United States

Steep economic decline, rising public insecurity, and the resurgence of swine flu threaten North America today. As North America's leaders head to the Guadalajara summit, it is time to appreciate the real lessons of NAFTA - that each will benefit more from working together than moving apart.

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