Unfortunately, I cannot attend. But, I would have enjoyed hearing his perspective (I always do). He is extremely engaging and above all, his detailed and descriptive storytelling is beyond interesting and the way he speaks is very personal.
Although this was written in 2011, this is still a big step for Brasil. The national police have a history of being violent and overbearing. This is interesting! I'm wondering how this complimented the Pacification of the Favelas (UPP).
By Larry Dreiling
The U.S. and Brazil have resolved a decade-long trade battle over subsidies Washington provided to U.S. cotton growers.
The agreement announced Oct. 1 resolves a bitter trade fight that had strained relations between the two countries since 2002, when Brazil brought a case against the U.S. charging that the U.S. cotton subsidies were a violation of global trade rules. The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled in Brazil’s favor, and the U.S. had been forced to…Continue