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    Brazil’s new government could signal a new direction for its relationship with African countries

Brazil’s new government could signal a new direction for its relationship with African countries

Barnaby Dye discusses Brazil’s foreign policy towards the African continent in the context of the new right- wing government which has replaced President Rousseff’s Working Party.

November 7th, 2016|LAC and the world|0 Comments|
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    South America’s moves to liberalise irregular migration are in stark contrast to the policies of Europe

South America’s moves to liberalise irregular migration are in stark contrast to the policies of Europe

In light of the migration crisis in the Mediterranean, what lessons can Europe learn from other countries’ attempts to deal with irregular migration?

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    Latin America: surveillance and human rights in the digital age

Latin America: surveillance and human rights in the digital age

Fabrizio Scrollini, a PhD candidate at the LSE and Chairman of DATA, an Uruguayan based NGO working on transparency, open data and human development, argues for the need for a human rights framework to tackle issues related to the use of surveillance technologies in Latin America.