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Entries by Nikolas Kozloff from 02/2011

WikiLeaks: Lula's Dislike of Pesky Leftist Diplomats

| Posted 02.03.2011 | World

Might Rousseff, herself a Lula protégé from the Workers' Party, extend political asylum to the besieged founder of WikiLeaks?

Dancing With Dynamite in Latin America

| Posted 02.11.2011 | World

The past ten years in Latin America have seen a historic shift to the left in government power and the streets. The US needs to learn from these examples if we are to break out of our stagnant political culture.

WikiLeaks: Brazil's Military on the World Stage

| Posted 02.14.2011 | World

Having endured repression under the 1964-1985 right wing military dictatorship, many Brazilians hold the nation's defense establishment in low regard....

WikiLeaks Drags Libya and Venezuela Through the Mud

| Posted 02.22.2011 | World

As forces loyal to Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi fire on protesters in a mounting human rights calamity, Julian Assange has released U.S. diplomatic cables which should prove acutely embarrassing to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.

WikiLeaks: More Evidence of Brazil's Rise on World Stage

| Posted 02.24.2011 | World

Brazil has aggressively pursued narrow-minded self interest in order to further Machiavellian geopolitical and economic goals.