Geopolitics: Good start for Brazil's Rousseff
Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's first woman president, has won support for her tough stance against corruption. She has topped the highest approval ratings in history in her first year but has much to do to demonstrate she is not living in the shadow of former president Lula da Silva. GIS expert, Dr Joseph Tulchin looks at the issues in this briefing.
BRAZIL’S first woman president, Dilma Rousseff, approaches the end of her first year with the highest public approval rates in history.
A survey showed she had an approval rating of 71 per cent – four percentage points up on the last op...
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