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Under the leadership of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil opened 62 diplomatic and consular representations around the world – another 17 are in the process of opening. The country currently has 212 posts. Many of them have no … Continue reading
As a former US military officer, I look at this issue of Brazilian involvement with a possible military opponent with a certain amount of careful distance. It could be friends and former colleagues who are on the other side of … Continue reading
A positive view of the recent diplomacy Former CIA officer on Iran: Brazil and Turkey are vital checks and balances Shouldn’t the world welcome the actions of two significant, responsible, democratic, and rational states to intervene and help check the … Continue reading
Brazil, Turkey and Iran Not just any deal will do May 20th 2010 From The Economist print edition Have Brazil and Turkey helped solve a brewing nuclear crisis, or made it worse? TO IRAN’S irrepressible president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the deal … Continue reading
Below is a pro/ con debate about the role of president Lula in the Iran affair. source: http://www.americasquarterly.org/node/1484 …about Brazil’s president going to Iran (following Iran’s president traveling to Brazil in November). My opinion is that this increased diplomatic role … Continue reading
The article (The Economist March 31th) illustrates Brazil’s emerging role in international security issues, ie, input on Iran. Janar Wasito http://www.economist.com/world/europe/displaystory.cfm?story_id=15816908.