Articles by Vincent Bevins

“Fake news may soon be illegal in Malaysia. Who gets to define it?
The Washington Post
March 30, 2018

Indonesia police break up radical Islamic cyber network
The Washington Post
March 1, 2018 

I went to the Olympics and all I got was this tentative sense of hope
The Outline
Feb 26, 2018

Meet Howard, the supreme impersonator of North Korea
The Outline
Feb 15, 2018

Once-tolerant Indonesia moves to outlaw gay — and extramarital — sex
The Washington Post
February 9, 2018

The fight goes on for female guerrillas in Timor-Leste
The Guardian
December 29, 2017

Productivity is dangerous
The Outline
December 18, 2017

Indonesia, where smoking is widespread, placed tough restrictions on e-cigarettes
The Washington Post
November 27, 2017

What Was the Child?
The New Inquiry
Nov 14, 2017

With Mattis in Manila, Duterte decides it’s time to boost ties with Russia and China
The Washington Post
October 27, 2017

What the United States did in Indonesia
The Atlantic
October 21, 2017

It’s not illegal to be gay in Indonesia, but police are cracking down anyway
The Washington Post
October 12, 2017

In Indonesia, the “fake news” that fueled a Cold War massacre is still potent five decades later
The Washington Post

September 30, 2017

The correct way to be a cannibal
The Outline
September 20, 2017

It’s not just Burma: Human rights under attack across Southeast Asia, advocates say
The Washington Post
September 8, 2017 

Apparent crackdown in Vietnam on social media, but many users undeterred
The Washington Post
September 5, 2017

Villagers in Indonesia fight for a land rights revolution
The Guardian
September 4, 2017

As the U.S. steps back, Vietnamese wonder if China is taking control
The Washington Post
August 26, 2017

Malign Intervention
The Baffler
August 8, 2017

Indonesia might be copying the vigilante violence of Duterte’s drug war
The Washington Post
August 4, 2017

Indonesia executed Nigerian despite case being unresolved, watchdog says
The Guardian
August 1, 2017

Inquiry launched after mystery air crash kills Brazilian environmentalists
The Guardian
July 28, 2017

‘Going global’: China exports soft power with first large-scale university in Malaysia
The Guardian
July 7, 2017

Barack Obama urges world to stand against ‘aggressive nationalism’
The Guardian
July 1, 2017

Rodrigo Duterte’s daughter is an irony-Instagram star
The Outline
June 23 2017

Life under martial law in Duterte’s home town
The Washington Post
June 11, 2017

Christian preachers’ disappearance in Malaysia stokes fears of crackdown on religious minorities
The Guardian
June 6, 2017

Halal tourism: Kuala Lumpur welcomes the Muslim travellers others didn’t want
The Guardian
June 5, 2017

Duterte’s forces struggle to push back Islamist rebels in the southern Philippines
The Washington Post
June 2, 2017

All Spicy Food Is From Latin America
The Awl
June 1, 2017

Duterte attacks Chelsea Clinton by bringing up her father’s philandering
The Washington Post

May 31, 2017

Duterte says he may widen martial law to include all of the Philippines
The Washington Post

May 24, 2017

Duterte gets a pass on brutal drug war at Southeast Asia summit
The Washington Post

April 30, 2017

Mass killings are bad advertising, says Philippine tourism secretary
The Washington Post
April 20, 2017

Duterte’s drug war is horrifically violent. So why do many young, liberal Filipinos support him?
The Washington Post
April 18, 2017

Indonesia: Gay men facing 100 lashes for having sex
The Guardian

April 11, 2017

Ethnic Chinese still grapple with discrimination despite generations in Indonesia
The Washington Post
March 18, 2017

Indonesia transfers US citizen to ‘execution island’
The Guardian
March 13 2017

Almost Every Week Is Fashion Week Somewhere in the World:
New York Times
March 7, 2017

The Unhappy Medium
The Baffler
March 6, 2017

The world’s largest majority-Muslim nation isn’t sure how to deal with Trump
The Washington Post
February 5, 2017

An Islamist militant group says Indonesia’s new bills have secret communist symbols
The Washington Post
January 26, 2017

To Understand 2016’s Politics, Look at the Winners and Losers of Globalization
The New Republic
December 20, 2016

5(ish) Questions: Peter Frick-Wright and “What Happened to Eastern Airlines Flight 980?”
Nieman Storyboard
December 12, 2016

It can always get worse
The Awl
Dec 9, 2016

How the Trump presidency could impact South American currency markets
Los Angeles Times
December 5, 2016

Acclaimed Brazilian film makes splash despite political battles and cries of censorship
Los Angeles Times
November 20, 2016

In a first for Latin America, Uruguay rolls out program legalizing marijuana
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 10 November 2016

The debate over saving rain forests has gotten ugly. Now a Brazilian environmental official is dead
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 14 October 2016

4 ways Brazil has changed since former President Dilma Rousseff was impeached
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 5 October 2016

Brazil’s Senate ousts President Dilma Rousseff from office
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 31 August 2016

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff: My impeachment threatens democracy
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 29 August 2016

Rio’s Olympic legacy: too few public projects, often in well-off areas
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 25 August 2016

Rio police say American swimmers’ story of robbery is a fabrication
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 21 August 2016

Welcome to France House, where Olympians dance, VIPs strut and the liquor flows freely
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 21 August 2016

Ryan Lochte changes details of Rio robbery story; authorities pull two of his teammates off plane
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 17 August 2016

‘Super Smash Bros.’ video game contest takes a spot alongside the Olympics in Rio
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 16 August 2016

Brazil’s current and former presidents face trials. And the interim president is in hot water too
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 16 August 2016

Rio Olympics: Swimming platform breaks loose and washes up on beach
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 13 August 2016

Marta and Rafaela: Brazil’s Olympic heroes may be a sign of the nation’s shifting attitudes
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 11 August 2016

She’s ‘old, for a woman’: Media around the world condemned for sexist Olympics coverage
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 11 August 2016

Spirits are low at Russia’s Olympics party house, with fans grumbling that doping bans are unfair
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 11 August 2016

Brazil is struggling to keep the Olympics free of politics
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 8 August 2016

As Rio Games open, Brazil downplays politics — including its interim president
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 6 August 2016

Olympics security: What Brazil had to learn about terrorism
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 5 August 2016

Welcome to the Games. In case you never heard of me, I am Brazil’s president
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 4 August 2016

From low-income neighborhood to parking lot: How the Olympics in Rio is uprooting poor families
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 4 August 2016

Rio is a contrast in new and old, as many residents see more harm than good in hosting the Games
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 3 August 2016

Rio tries to balance traffic and geography as Olympic Games ready to start
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 3 August 2016

Rio’s bay is still polluted and the Olympics are coming
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 2 August 2016

‘I suppose I’ve gotten used to it out here’: Despite shelters, Brazil’s homeless population soars
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 2 August 2016

You’re Complaining About The Olympics Wrong
The Awl,
Tue 2 August 2016

Armed forces ‘pacified’ Rio’s slums, but as Olympics approached, the gangs came back
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 31 July 2016

U.S. Congress members express ‘deep concern’ over threats to democracy in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 25 July 2016

The Olympics are coming, but Brazil, beset by troubles and gloom, yawns
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 24 July 2016

Brazilian police arrest 10 suspected of planning for terrorist attack around Olympics
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 21 July 2016

As Rio braces for the Olympics, a defensive mayor insists the city will be ready
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 14 July 2016

Police greet visitors to Rio with signs saying ‘Welcome to hell’
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 5 July 2016

Brazil is in turmoil, an impeachment trial looms, and still, Dilma Rousseff laughs
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 5 July 2016

While no one was looking, East L.A. got transplanted to Brazil — lowriders, taco trucks and all
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 25 June 2016

Oi boy
The Economist,
Sat 25 June 2016

Brazil beefs up security for the Olympics after high-profile attacks
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 23 June 2016

Brazil’s government has sprung a leak, and a flood of secrets is gushing out
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 1 June 2016

The Anti-Imperial Emperor
The Baffler
Wed 25 May 2016

Brazil’s new opposition: Artists, musicians and filmmakers
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 24 May 2016

Three months before Olympics, Brazil suddenly has a lot to resolve
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 14 May 2016

In post-impeachment Brazil, the new conservative Cabinet is 100% white men
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 13 May 2016

Brazilian president vows to fight impeachment, calls Senate vote ‘devastating injustice’
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 May 2016

Brazil’s Senate votes to make Rousseff face impeachment trial
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 May 2016

Brazil lawmakers to decide fate of embattled president
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 11 May 2016

Impeachment or coup? As vote on president’s future nears, Brazilians take to streets in protest
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 10 May 2016

Brazilian police drag out students occupying schools to protest lunch money scandal
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 6 May 2016

100 million Brazilians lose WhatsApp after a judge orders a 72-hour shutdown
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 2 May 2016

Brazil’s president plans to take her impeachment fight to the United Nations
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 20 April 2016

Brazil’s lower house clears way for President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 17 April 2016

Brazilians watch helplessly as impeachment crisis nears climax
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 16 April 2016

New twists in Brazil crisis raise possibility of new elections
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 7 April 2016

Portland, Oregon
Financial Times,
Tue 5 April 2016

When Brazilian politicians talk about a coup, they trigger fears of a return to a dark past
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 2 April 2016

The politicians voting to impeach Brazil’s president are accused of more corruption than she is
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 28 March 2016

Brazil’s government has imploded. Here’s what could happen next
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 21 March 2016

Political crisis leaves Brazilians reeling
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 21 March 2016

A look at efforts to impeach Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 1 March 2016

Zueira: Brazilian Social Media’s Gleefully Dark Coping Mechanism for Zika, Soccer Losses, and Other Bad News
New York Magazine
Tue 16 February 2016

The Zika virus is just the latest challenge facing the Rio Olympics
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 9 February 2016

Redbird, Los Angeles
Financial Times,
Mon 8 February 2016

In Brazil, Carnival-goers won’t let Zika or economic woes ruin the party
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 6 February 2016

World health agency expects Zika virus, linked to birth defects, to reach U.S.
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 27 January 2016

El Niño deluge threatens to wash over drought-stricken California
Financial Times,
Fri 22 January 2016

How to Make a Difference in 2016
The Awl
December 31, 2015

Fleeing Syria Refugees find dizzying freedoms and unexpected dangers in Brazil
Los Angeles Times
Tue 29 December 2015

Brazil’s Congress at the center of an explosive political crisis
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 22 December 2015

As Brazil mine spill reaches ocean, its catastrophic extent becomes clear
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 20 December 2015

Riding share apps are booming — and competition is stiff — in Latin America
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 17 December 2015

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff faces impeachment proceedings
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 2 December 2015

Los Angeles, US: aspiring alternative to San Francisco
Financial Times,
Tue 17 November 2015

The Broads
Art Review
Sun 1 November 2015

Russia’s Patriotic Fashion Agenda
Business of Fashion
Fri 30 October 2015

‘Pan’ fails to deliver on tried-and-tested film formula
Financial Times,
Mon 26 October 2015

Film-makers broaden their search for revenue and funding
Financial Times,
Mon 26 October 2015

Tech money causes waves on Silicon Beach
Financial Times,
Fri 16 October 2015

Brazil’s new generation of wealthy art collectors
Financial Times,
Tue 6 October 2015

Los Angeles mayor’s plans go begging on streets
Financial Times,
Wed 23 September 2015

A Shrinking Market: Is This Brazil’s ‘New Normal?’
Business of Fashion
Thu 20 August 2015

Smuggling is just a way of life at Friendship Bridge
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 9 August 2015

In a Paraguay slum, Pope Francis speaks of equality and solidarity
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 12 July 2015

Pope Francis praises strength, perseverance of Paraguay’s women
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 11 July 2015

In Paraguay, Pope Francis calls for end to ‘wars between brothers’
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 10 July 2015

Brazil’s special forces wage uphill fight against Amazon destroyers
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 10 July 2015

Evangelicals take their fight with Satan to the streets of Sao Paulo
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 7 July 2015

Leading Brazil construction firm heads arrested in ‘Car Wash’ corruption inquiry
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 19 June 2015

Why Did Brazil’s President Change Her Tune on Spying?
Foreign Policy,
Tue 16 June 2015

Coming ‘tsunami’? In Brazil, calls for reform in wake of FIFA scandals
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 12 June 2015

In Brazil, cowboy culture pushing into the Amazon jungle
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 9 June 2015

In Brazil, homicide rate still high despite increased prosperity
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 22 May 2015

Teachers in Brazil vote to extend strike into a third month
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 15 May 2015

In Brazil’s slums, residents band together to protest police shootings
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 13 May 2015

Brazil court tells Uber to cease and desist — but so far, it hasn’t
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 29 April 2015

Drought blamed for upsurge in dengue fever in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 24 April 2015

Who’s who in the battle for Brazil?
Folha de S.Paulo,
Thu 16 April 2015

In Brazil, arrest brings Petrobras scandal closer to President Rousseff
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 15 April 2015

Amidst the Russian Crisis, a Shift to Domestic Brands?
Business of Fashion,
Thu 2 April 2015

Homophobic attacks increase in seemingly gay-friendly Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 22 March 2015

The Sao Paulo commute: Walk, bus, train, train, train, bus, walk. Repeat.
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 13 March 2015

In drought-stricken Sao Paulo, some rely on mineral water deliveries
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 2 March 2015

In funding Cuba port project, Brazil set to gain key foothold
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 17 February 2015

Death toll rises to five in blast on oil vessel off coast of Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 February 2015

Explosion on offshore Petrobras oil vessel kills 3 in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 11 February 2015

In Brazil, a new bus fare increase elicits tepid protests this time
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 29 January 2015

Brazil’s economy hurt by unknown cost of Petrobras’ corruption
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 28 January 2015

Bridge links Brazil to French Guiana, yet doesn’t
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 1 January 2015

Brazilians face higher gas prices, more austerity moves after election
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 19 December 2014

Sao Paulo, Brazil, officials downplay water crisis as residents suffer
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 13 December 2014

Brazil confronts past in report about crimes of dictatorship
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 10 December 2014

A small fried bean patty plays a big role in Brazil’s links to Africa
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 29 November 2014

The new brooms
The Economist,
Fri 28 November 2014

Brazil’s Black Friday earns name Black Fraude for consumer complaints
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 November 2014

Post-Apartheid Style: Inside Africa’s Biggest Fashion Week
AnOther Magazine,
Fri 14 November 2014

Brazil’s occupying artists propel Bienal Sao Paulo’s theme
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 8 November 2014

Investors punish Brazil after President Rousseff’s reelection
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 28 October 2014

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff narrowly reelected
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 26 October 2014

Economy is key in Brazil’s presidential runoff, voters say
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 25 October 2014

Petrobras corruption case overshadows Brazil presidential campaign
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 24 October 2014

In Brazil, old parties and debates dominate presidential runoff vote
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 16 October 2014

Brazil authorities clear and release patient checked for Ebola
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 14 October 2014

Brazil announces its first suspected Ebola case; death toll tops 4,000
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 10 October 2014

Third-place finisher roils Brazil presidential campaign
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 9 October 2014

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff will face Aecio Neves in runoff
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 5 October 2014

Recession in once-booming Brazil shakes up presidential race
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 3 October 2014

Huge shopping malls change landscape of Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 1 October 2014

Brazilian tycoon faces fresh charges in fall of oil empire
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 24 September 2014

Clashes erupt in Brazil as police evict squatters from high-rise
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 16 September 2014

Brazil says rate of Amazon deforestation up for first time in years
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 10 September 2014

Rise of candidate Marina Silva transforms Brazil’s presidential race
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 5 September 2014

Brazil’s water crisis amid drought could lead to rationing
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 7 August 2014

Brazil makes contact with members of isolated tribe in Amazon
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 26 July 2014

‘BRICS’ nations to form development bank to rival World Bank, IMF
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 15 July 2014

Brazil takes stock after World Cup comes to an end
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 14 July 2014

With World Cup, Brazil shows its successes and shortcomings
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 14 July 2014

With World Cup, Brazil shows its successes and shortcomings
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 14 July 2014

Cash-short Argentines flood Rio in hope of basking in World Cup glory
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 13 July 2014

Petrobras shares fall, analysts point to poor management by Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 10 July 2014

Brazilians try to cope with lopsided loss to Germany
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 10 July 2014

Brazil fans stunned by lopsided World Cup defeat; some turn sarcastic
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 8 July 2014

Cup brings whole new world to Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 7 July 2014

Overpass collapses in World Cup host city in Brazil; at least 2 killed
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 3 July 2014

World Cup: Brazil police break up Argentina fans’ party in Sao Paulo
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 2 July 2014

In Brazil, World Cup talk is colored by politics
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 28 June 2014

Paulo Ito’s goal: Catch Brazil’s mood
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 25 June 2014

Brazil protest gains supporters after police crackdown
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 25 June 2014

FIFA will not discipline Mexico for fans using derogatory chant
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 23 June 2014

Plenty of kicks, few complaints so far at World Cup in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 20 June 2014

Mexican drug trafficking suspect arrested en route to World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 19 June 2014

Brazil and Mexico: Rivals off the soccer field as well as on
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 17 June 2014

Beyond the World Cup stadiums, architecture in Brazil returns to glory
Los Angeles Times
Fri 13 June 2014

Cameroon draws a crowd for World Cup match in Sao Paulo
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 13 June 2014

Small protests mark opening day of World Cup in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 June 2014

Brazil’s World Cup opening day brings protests, home team victory
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 June 2014

Brazil opens World Cup with heavy expectations of a nation
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 June 2014

Airbnb uses FIFA World Cup to bring sharing economy to Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 10 June 2014

For Brazil’s new middle class, life’s still a struggle
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 10 June 2014

In streets of Brazil, the soul of soccer is a long way from World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 9 June 2014

In Brazil, group scores victory in land protest before World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 9 June 2014

In unusual sight, flags fly in Brazil for World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 6 June 2014

A Times reporter in Brazil answers questions about World Cup protests
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 5 June 2014

Subway strike causes chaos in Brazilian city ahead of World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 5 June 2014

Alexandre Garcia: como a mídia estrangeira vê o Brasil fora de campo
Globo TV
Wed 4 June 2014

Stadium for World Cup opener gets an incomplete on test run
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 1 June 2014

Brazil’s corruption-fighting Supreme Court chief abruptly resigns
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 30 May 2014

Brazilian artist’s image of starving child kicks up a World Cup storm
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 27 May 2014

The World Cup: A Win or Lose for Brazil’s Image?
KCRW,
Mon 19 May 2014

In Brazil, labor protests ramp up as World Cup nears
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 18 May 2014

Brazilians cold on Pitbull’s World Cup theme, ‘We Are One’
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 17 May 2014

Red tape and high costs make Brazil’s luxury market a tough sell
Financial Times,
Wed 14 May 2014

Housing protesters occupy land near Brazil World Cup soccer stadium
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 11 May 2014

StubHub’s World Cup ticket sales in Brazil interrupted by cyber attack
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 6 May 2014

Brazil’s president raises welfare payments ahead of election
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 1 May 2014

Brazil targets sex tourism before the World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 26 April 2014

Dancer’s death in Rio triggers clashes between police, residents
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 23 April 2014

World Cup’s road to Brazil remains bumpy
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 22 April 2014

160 miles of gridlock: Traffic fuels concern for Brazil’s World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 18 April 2014

Deep in Brazil’s jungle, host city poses wild challenge for World Cup
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 13 April 2014

Rio de Janeiro police face ‘image problem’
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 11 April 2014

In Brazil, music for the flaunters and the wanters
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 4 April 2014

Brazil’s military to cooperate in dirty war investigation
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 2 April 2014

The poet of hip hop
Financial Times,
Fri 28 March 2014

São Paulo: Culture by day, partying by night
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 March 2014

World Cup: FIFA action mixes with sea, sun and sand in Natal, Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 March 2014

World Cup: Get your kicks in the jungles of Manaus, Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 March 2014

Brazil: For World Cup fans, plenty of other action in Rio de Janeiro
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 March 2014

Northeast Brazil’s transport bottlenecks deter foreign visitors
Financial Times,
Wed 26 March 2014

Brazil police blamed for death of a woman after a shootout
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 19 March 2014

As prices in Rio de Janeiro soar, locals turn to ‘surreal’ currency
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 13 March 2014

Apple opens its first store in Brazil, a key market
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 15 February 2014

Shootout kills 6 as Brazil police hunt suspects in officer’s slaying
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 4 February 2014

Shootout kills 6 as Brazil police hunt suspects in officer’s slaying
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 4 February 2014

Brazil shopping malls become centers of controversy
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 29 January 2014

Brazil’s president imports Cuban doctors to ease shortage
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 6 January 2014

Stadium deaths shine a spotlight on Brazil’s World Cup preparations
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 1 January 2014

Edward Snowden reaches out to Brazil, hints at asylum request
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 17 December 2013

At least 3 killed, more than 2,000 displaced in Brazil floods
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 December 2013

Prison terms strike a blow against political corruption in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 28 November 2013

Credit-card binge leaves many Brazilians deep in debt
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 26 November 2013

On Latin America road trip, VW bus is charming, disarming
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 26 November 2013

Brazil exhumes remains of leftist president deposed in 1964 coup
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 14 November 2013

Brazil’s Eike Batista: From billionaire to bankruptcy
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 31 October 2013

Tokyo Fashion Week boosts Japanese designers
Financial Times,
Fri 25 October 2013

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff has a doppelganger on Twitter
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 25 October 2013

In Brazil, more buildings are seized by residents in need of housing
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 13 October 2013

Brazil property rights: Tribes and farmers battle to the death
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 2 October 2013

Brazilian president, at United Nations, blasts spying by Washington
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 24 September 2013

Brazil rancher sentenced for ordering killing of U.S.-born nun
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 20 September 2013

Brazil police arrest 4 officers, 15 others in pension scandal
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 19 September 2013

Brazil postpones state visit to U.S. over Snowden spying leaks
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 17 September 2013

Brazil’s president, angry about spying, cancels state visit to U.S.
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 17 September 2013

Brazilian officials seek meeting with Edward Snowden in Russia
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 12 September 2013

Brazil’s Globo group apologizes for backing military government
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 4 September 2013

New Snowden documents allege U.S. spying on Brazil, Mexico
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 2 September 2013

Market Forces
Art Review,
Sun 1 September 2013

Brazilian sees Inhotim museum as ‘the Disney of the future’
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 28 August 2013

Kerry, on visit to Brazil, gets earful over NSA spying
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 13 August 2013

Brazil court sentences 25 police officers in 1992 prison massacre
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 3 August 2013

Brazil court sentences 25 police officers in 1992 prison massacre
Los Angeles Times,
Sat 3 August 2013

Can Brazil fix mistakes from Pope Francis visit in time for World Cup?
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 2 August 2013

Pope Francis heads home; Vatican sees Brazil trip as success
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 28 July 2013

In Brazilian slum, a letdown after Pope Francis visits
Los Angeles Times,
Sun 28 July 2013

Protest after Pope Francis’ visit to Rio slum centers on missing man
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 26 July 2013

Pope Francis in Brazilian slum: ‘He’s bringing hope’
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 25 July 2013

At a Rio favela, Pope Francis’ upcoming visit brings side benefits
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 25 July 2013

Pope Francis visits a Brazil slum, scolds country’s leaders
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 25 July 2013

Pope Francis may clash on doctrine with young Brazilian Catholics
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 23 July 2013

Brazil’s Roman Catholics hope for boost from Pope Francis visit
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 23 July 2013

Pope Francis arrives in Brazil in return to native continent
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 22 July 2013

In Brazil, thousands turn out to greet Pope Francis
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 22 July 2013

Pope Francis’ Brazil visit brings high expectations and unease
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 22 July 2013

Pope Francis greeted by crowds of mostly young Catholics in Brazil
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 22 July 2013

Russia and Spain are new kids on the fashion block
Financial Times,
Fri 19 July 2013

From YouTube to law: How the ‘5 causas’ of Brazil went viral
Los Angeles Times,
Wed 17 July 2013

Cow falls on man: 1-ton animal falls through roof onto his bed
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 16 July 2013

Brazil demanding answers from U.S. in wake of Edward Snowden leaks
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 8 July 2013

Apple faces competitive hurdle in Brazil market
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 4 July 2013

Grass-roots movement in Brazil moves government to action
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 28 June 2013

Brazil’s President Rousseff proposes vote on political reforms
Los Angeles Times,
Mon 24 June 2013

Brazil’s leader again reaches out to protesters
Los Angeles Times,
Fri 21 June 2013

Brazil protests tap into frustration of have-nots
Los Angeles Times,
Thu 20 June 2013

Protests continue in Brazil as thousands rally in Sao Paulo
Los Angeles Times,
Tue 18 June 2013

Authorities in Brazil reduce bus fares in response to protests

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 18 June 2013

Tens of thousands protest conditions in Brazil

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 17 June 2013

Protests against Sao Paulo bus fare hike turn violent

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 13 June 2013

Brazilian journalist slain in apparent effort to silence coverage

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 12 June 2013

In Brazil, fine art draws crowds from favelas to fairs to museums

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 9 June 2013

Biden invites Brazil’s leader to pay a high-profile visit

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 31 May 2013

Brazil seeks source of rumors blamed for run on banks

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 22 May 2013

Brazil seeks source of rumors blamed for run on banks

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 22 May 2013

Brazil seeks source of rumors blamed for run on banks

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 22 May 2013

Brazil, Japan, sumo and food, deliciously intertwined

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 17 May 2013

Brazil plan to import thousands of Cuban doctors criticized

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 11 May 2013

Brazilian named to head World Trade Organization

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 7 May 2013

Lingering problems threaten image of a ‘new Brazil’

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 5 May 2013

As goes crime in Rio, so goes bulletproofing

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 29 April 2013

Brazil’s Rousseff takes nuanced approach to foreign policy

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 25 April 2013

Brazil clown will leave big shoes to fill in Congress

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 28 March 2013

In Brazil, changing times usher in ‘servant problem’

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 18 March 2013

Brides with bling

Financial Times,
Fri 15 March 2013

Latin America ebullient over Argentine pope

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 15 March 2013

World leaders react to death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 5 March 2013

World leaders react to death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 5 March 2013

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is popular, but not among news media

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 3 March 2013

Brazil is trying to restart its economic growth spurt

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 2 March 2013

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is popular, but not among news media

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 2 March 2013

Rio de Janeiro beach club ordered shut down

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 1 March 2013

As a new pope is chosen, Latin America hopes for more sway

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 23 February 2013

Brazilians take special glee in Super Bowl electrical outage

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 4 February 2013

Telenovela ‘Avenida Brasil’ speaks to Brazilians

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 2 February 2013

Brazil rethinks its rule-breaking attitude after club fire

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 31 January 2013

Brazil police reportedly question 4 in nightclub fire

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 28 January 2013

Deadly nightclub fire in Brazil may have been started by flare

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 27 January 2013

Fire survivors recall deadly chaos in Brazil club

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 27 January 2013

Travel Brazil by bus for a calm and cheerful trip

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 13 January 2013

In Brazil’s cracolandias, roving hordes of lost souls

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 22 December 2012

Brazil’s Sao Paulo slums see a return to violence

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 6 December 2012

Brazil police’s takeover of slums from gangs is a mixed blessing

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 25 November 2012

All bets are off at season-ending Grand Prix

Financial Times,
Thu 22 November 2012

Brazilian GP brings back memories of past legends

Financial Times,
Thu 22 November 2012

Brazil swears in nation’s first black Supreme Court president

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 22 November 2012

Brazil education standards contribute to learning crisis

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 17 November 2012

Dengue, where is thy sting?

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 1 November 2012

Brazil’s business hub Sao Paulo elects new mayor

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 29 October 2012

Brazil’s evangelical churches rewrite the rules of politics

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 21 October 2012

As police move in on Rio’s favelas, a drug lord seeks amnesty

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 11 October 2012

Municipal elections in Brazil provide welcome news for President Rousseff

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 7 October 2012

Custo Brasil takes it toll on textiles

Financial Times,
Tue 2 October 2012

USB sticks provide look inside criminal gang, say Brazilian officials

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 1 October 2012

Google executive detained in Brazil for YouTube videos

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 26 September 2012

Brazil’s hip-hop scene takes the country by storm

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 22 September 2012

In Brazil, opportunity and obstacles for Africans flowing in

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 16 September 2012

Brazil prisoners ride bikes toward prison reform

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 5 September 2012

Brazil’s economic slowdown so far leaves many unscathed

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 13 August 2012

THE NEW TRADE ROUTE

CNBC Business,
Wed 1 August 2012

In Brazil, a billionaire’s reality check

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 29 July 2012

What Brazil does best

Financial Times,
Fri 27 July 2012

Paraguay faces fallout after president’s ouster

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 25 June 2012

Brazil may offer visitors thrills, but there’s nothing cheap about it

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 20 June 2012

Brazil workers exploited as modern-day Amazon slaves

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 7 June 2012

Brazil workers exploited as modern-day Amazon slaves

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 7 June 2012

Amazon in danger as Brazil moves forward with bill, critics say

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 29 May 2012

Brazil’s historically poor northeast finally gets its boom

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 24 May 2012

THE WORD FROM… SÃO PAULO

CNBC Business,
Tue 1 May 2012

Brazilian woman alleges Marines ran her over

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 26 April 2012

Turismo no Brasil é impulsionado pela nova classe média brasileira

Folha Online,
Thu 12 April 2012

Brazil wins the gold medal in gridlock

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 7 April 2012

Brazil: soya bonanza

Financial Times,
Fri 6 April 2012

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos

Financial Times,
Thu 5 April 2012

Brazil workers protest over manufacturing losses

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 5 April 2012

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos

Financial Times,
Thu 5 April 2012

Brazil should get China to raise its investment horizons

asiamoney.com,
Thu 5 April 2012

Cultural Exchange: Gaby Amarantos has Brazil dancing

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 11 March 2012

Brazil lashes out after military contract canceled

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 2 March 2012

Northeast Brazil has its own distinct Carnaval

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 20 February 2012

IPANEMA & LEBLON, RIO DE JANEIRO

CNBC Business,
Wed 15 February 2012

Brazil arrests strike leaders to halt police work stoppage in Rio

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 11 February 2012

Brazil’s poor seem left behind in growth spurt, observers say

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 5 February 2012

An awful lot of fashion in Brazil

Financial Times,
Fri 3 February 2012

Cultural Exchange: Brazil’s ‘Big Brother’ gets dose of shocking reality

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 29 January 2012

Brazil buildings collapse; at least 4 dead, 18 missing

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 26 January 2012

Ipanema Has It All, Including Skyrocketing City Home Prices

New York Times,
Fri 20 January 2012

Brazil announces plan to rein in immigration from Haiti

Los Angeles Times,
Wed 11 January 2012

Brazil finally ready to confront abuses in past dictatorship

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 5 January 2012

Terra Vision

CNBC Business,
Sun 1 January 2012

DOUBLE JEOPARDY

CNBC Business,
Sun 1 January 2012

Spill makes waves amid Brazil oil boom

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 31 December 2011

Brazil state struggles with poverty despite rich natural resources

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 12 December 2011

AN EASY RIDE

CNBC Business,
Thu 1 December 2011

Reduced migration benefits Rio slums

Financial Times,
Wed 23 November 2011

Chevron faces millions of dollars in fines for oil leak off Brazil

Los Angeles Times,
Tue 22 November 2011

Brazil’s Body Beautiful

New York Times,
Fri 11 November 2011

São Paulo: Harmony Through Chaos

New York Times,
Thu 10 November 2011

Brazil: migration flows reversed

Financial Times,
Thu 3 November 2011

Renewables Hit a Wall in South America

New York Times,
Wed 26 October 2011

Value-added travel

Financial Times,
Mon 24 October 2011

Brazil president holds her own as Lula successor

Los Angeles Times,
Sun 16 October 2011

A hip street in Sao Paulo, Brazil, moves to a different beat

Los Angeles Times,
Mon 3 October 2011

BRAZILICON VALLEY

CNBC Business,
Sat 1 October 2011

Brazil’s economic boom drawing immigrant workers home

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 2 September 2011

THIS YEAR’S MODEL

CNBC Business,
Thu 1 September 2011

Oscar Niemeyer’s Faithful Modernism

artinamericamagazine.com,
Thu 1 September 2011

Rio de Janeiro’s crack cocaine treatment program controversial

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 4 August 2011

Brazil’s Electronic Language

Dazed and Confused,
Mon 1 August 2011

Business diary: Nizan Guanaes

Financial Times,
Mon 25 July 2011

Brazil’s commodities-heavy trade with China gives some pause

Los Angeles Times,
Sat 16 July 2011

Brazil president faces corruption scandals

Los Angeles Times,
Fri 8 July 2011

Some agricultural good news for Brazil

The Financial Times,
Thu 7 July 2011

Latin American Express

CNBC Business Magazine,
Tue 5 July 2011

Brazil Inc flexes its muscles abroad

Financial Times,
Mon 4 July 2011

Religion strikes back at Brazil’s gay culture

The Guardian,
Sat 2 July 2011

Two-pieces of gold

Financial Times,
Fri 24 June 2011

Brazilian fashion: taking on Dior

Financial Times,
Wed 22 June 2011

Sway of the wealthy remains strong in Brazil’s cities

Financial Times,
Mon 13 June 2011

The Carnival Goes To Town

CNBC Business Magazine,
Fri 3 June 2011

Consumer markets set to fuel Chilean banking growth

The Banker,
Wed 1 June 2011

The hunt for new markets

Financial Times,
Tue 31 May 2011

Food exports: Appetite for meat grows in Asia

Financial Times,
Fri 20 May 2011

London, Paris, New York, Lima?

Financial Times,
Fri 13 May 2011
(2 blog links)

Greece’s crisis illustrates the might of the markets

The Guardian,
Mon 9 May 2011

Preparing for take-off: a Brazilian executive’s tale

Financial Times,
Mon 9 May 2011

Profile: Fundação Dom Cabral, Brazil

Financial Times,
Mon 9 May 2011

Ronaldo hangs up boots, puts on suit

Financial Times,
Fri 6 May 2011

A new ball game for Brazil’s Ronaldo

Financial Times,
Thu 5 May 2011

THE CREDIT REVOLUTIONARY

CNBC Business Magazine,
Sun 1 May 2011

Brazilians brave traffic jams at Easter

Financial Times,
Thu 21 April 2011

China’s appetite for Brazil’s meat grows

Financial Times,
Wed 20 April 2011

Face-to-Face with Ghostface Killah

Interview Magazine,
Wed 13 April 2011

Japan makes dent in iron ore price

Financial Times,
Thu 17 March 2011

Does Brazil have a credit bubble?

The Banker,
Wed 16 March 2011

Good Neighbours

CNBC Business Magazine,
Sat 5 March 2011

Dilma Rousseff moves Brazil to centre

The Guardian,
Thu 3 March 2011
(2 blog links)

Latin America: jobs boom lends allure to MBAs

Financial Times,
Mon 31 January 2011

On the Crest of a Wave

CNBC Business Magazine,
Wed 5 January 2011

Brazil targets foreign bond investors

Financial Times,
Thu 16 December 2010

Navigating Brazil’s bureacracy is not a day at the beach

Financial Times,
Wed 15 December 2010

Navigating Brazil’s bureaucracy is not a day at the beach

Financial Times,
Wed 15 December 2010

Working to a different beat

Financial Times,
Wed 15 December 2010
(2 blog links)

Petrobras buys refinery stake, sets stage for expansion

Financial Times,
Tue 14 December 2010

Petrobras buys refinery stake, sets stage for expansion

Financial Times,
Tue 14 December 2010

BM&FBovespa and Chile’s bolsa sign alliance

Financial Times,
Mon 13 December 2010

Brazilian companies still look to Spain

Financial Times,
Fri 10 December 2010

Cetip cashes in on Brazil’s credit binge

Financial Times,
Thu 2 December 2010

Violence in Brazil already priced into markets

Financial Times,
Tue 30 November 2010

Marco Polo steers towards China

Financial Times,
Fri 26 November 2010

Brazilians: the kings of import growth

Financial Times,
Thu 25 November 2010

Dream of a unified Latin America remains disrupted

Financial Times,
Mon 22 November 2010

Embraer places a $1.5bn bet on China

Financial Times,
Wed 17 November 2010

Consumer credit: Banks prosper from sharp rise in consumption

Financial Times,
Sun 14 November 2010

Capital markets: Caution and tough regulation are all-weather assets

Financial Times,
Sun 14 November 2010

Infrastructure: Politics and finance hold up projects

Financial Times,
Sun 14 November 2010

Advertising: Big brands realise potential of north-east

Financial Times,
Sun 14 November 2010

China invests $7.5bn in Brazilian soya

Financial Times,
Fri 12 November 2010

Brazil’s exchange blames currency wars for its falling share price

Financial Times,
Thu 11 November 2010

BM&F Bovespa targets high frequency traders

Financial Times,
Thu 11 November 2010
(1 blog link)

What does Dilma’s election mean for Brazilian energy?

Financial Times,
Mon 1 November 2010

Brazilians to vote on Lula’s legacy

Financial Times,
Sun 31 October 2010

Rousseff forecast to win Brazilian presidency

Financial Times,
Sun 31 October 2010

Embraer still in the shadow of booming Brazil

Financial Times,
Fri 29 October 2010

Rise in ore demand powers Vale

Financial Times,
Thu 28 October 2010

Currency wars: Brazil’s tighter measures drive down real

Financial Times,
Thu 21 October 2010

ITG to launch equities algorithm in Brazil

Financial Times,
Thu 21 October 2010

Embraer lands $1bn NetJets order

Financial Times,
Mon 18 October 2010

Brazil security: there’s more work to do

Financial Times,
Fri 15 October 2010

Brazil’s markets start to price in Serra

Financial Times,
Thu 14 October 2010

Brazil: Market incentives shrink grey economy

Financial Times,
Wed 6 October 2010

Brazilian clown laughs all the way to the legislature

Financial Times,
Mon 4 October 2010

Brazilian election is still all about Lula

The Guardian,
Mon 4 October 2010
(2 blog links)

Brazil set to elect Rousseff as president

Financial Times,
Sun 3 October 2010

Rousseff rallies voters in Lula stronghold

Financial Times,
Sat 2 October 2010
(1 blog link)

Blackstone joins the private equity surge in Brazil

Financial Times,
Thu 30 September 2010

Sudan emerges as Brazil’s newest business partner

Financial Times,
Thu 30 September 2010

Blackstone’s deal on Pátria signals rising Brazil interest

Financial Times,
Wed 29 September 2010

[Bric Food File] Brazilian coffee drinkers are set to lead the world

Financial Times,
Wed 29 September 2010

[Bric Food File] Brazilian coffee drinkers are set to lead the world

Financial Times,
Tue 28 September 2010

Swiss Re bets on Brazil’s role as an energy power

Financial Times,
Mon 27 September 2010

Brazil’s election: Dilma keeps her head above water

Financial Times,
Thu 23 September 2010

BM&FBovespa starts trading of BDRs

Financial Times,
Thu 23 September 2010

Brazil’s election: corruption scandal fails to hurt Dilma – so far

Financial Times,
Fri 17 September 2010

Brazil banks’ cautious approach looks wise

Financial Times,
Mon 13 September 2010

São Paulo exchange limits intraday price moves

Financial Times,
Mon 13 September 2010

Brazil’s bond bonanza

Financial Times,
Fri 10 September 2010

Fertiliser fever spreads in Brazil

Financial Times,
Thu 9 September 2010

Vale denies PotashCorp plan amid bond issue

Financial Times,
Thu 9 September 2010

São Paulo advertising goes underground

Financial Times,
Mon 6 September 2010
(4 blog links)

Brazil takes sunny view of growth and inflation

Financial Times,
Fri 3 September 2010

Brazilian growth outstrips forecast

Financial Times,
Fri 3 September 2010
(1 blog link)

Burger King approves 3G Capital’s bid

Financial Times,
Thu 2 September 2010

Ads in Brazil: foreigners move in

Financial Times,
Wed 1 September 2010

Mobile Scramble

nxtbook.com,
Wed 1 September 2010

Publicis talks over stake in Brazil’s Talent

Financial Times,
Wed 25 August 2010
(2 blog links)

Where Lula led Brazil …

The Guardian,
Wed 25 August 2010
(2 blog links)

[Hey Bric Spender] Low-cost treadmills for Brazilian joggers

Financial Times,
Tue 24 August 2010

Banking on Brazilian credit

Financial Times,
Thu 19 August 2010

Just how dependent is Brazil on Chinese demand?

Financial Times,
Mon 16 August 2010

Brazilian banks join forces for African venture

Financial Times,
Mon 9 August 2010

Slim throws his hat in the telecoms consolidation ring

Financial Times,
Fri 6 August 2010

Will Brazil insist on a national champion phone company?

Financial Times,
Tue 20 July 2010

Is Brazil too dependent on exporting basic goods?

Financial Times,
Mon 12 July 2010

Brazilian tycoon faces fresh charges in fall of oil empire

Los Angeles Times,
Thu 1 July 2010

The power set: five influential Brazilians

Financial Times,
Mon 28 June 2010

How much should BP pay out for Deepwater?

The Guardian,
Mon 14 June 2010

Cameron promises “greenest government ever”

The Guardian,
Fri 14 May 2010

California climate battle rages on

The Guardian,
Mon 10 May 2010

Highways: In need of a wider range of driving skills

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Construction: Pressure builds on the hard-hat brigade

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Banco do Brasil: Latin America’s biggest bank leads development charge

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Private-sector banks: Space for every sort of financing

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

BNDES: Climate for casting a wider net

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Telecoms: Country in a hurry to get completely wired

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Shipyards: Once mighty sector feels a rush along its keel

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Investment banking: Eager to make most of expansion wave

Financial Times,
Thu 6 May 2010

Which Way For The BRICs?

The Majalla,
Tue 13 April 2010

First Person: Andrés Thomas Conteris

Financial Times,
Sat 10 April 2010

Investors ask companies to report water use

The Guardian,
Fri 9 April 2010

Are data centres blackening ‘green IT’?

The Guardian,
Thu 1 April 2010

University’s font choice cuts ink use

The Guardian,
Mon 29 March 2010

If You Can Read This

Financial Times,
Mon 22 March 2010

Timeline: Mergers and acquisitions

Financial Times,
Wed 17 March 2010

Mergers and acquisitions data 2000-2009

Financial Times,
Wed 17 March 2010

UK Companies stock up on smart meters to earn carbon trading points

The Guardian,
Wed 17 March 2010

Waste the difference: Recycled Sainsbury’s food turned into fuel

The Guardian,
Tue 16 March 2010

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner: a profile of the Argentinian president

New Statesman,
Mon 15 March 2010

New climate network to help developing countries

The Guardian,
Fri 12 March 2010

Expert opinions

Financial Times,
Thu 25 February 2010

UK economic data

Financial Times,
Tue 23 February 2010

Focus groups

Financial Times,
Tue 23 February 2010

Honduras’s unhappy coup

The Guardian,
Thu 28 January 2010
(3 blog links)

Back to growth

Financial Times,
Tue 19 January 2010

Honduran military chiefs face charges

Financial Times,
Fri 8 January 2010

Berlin’s class war

Financial Times,
Thu 3 December 2009

Overseas mission

Financial Times,
Mon 30 November 2009

A luta continua

New Statesman,
Thu 26 November 2009

Paved with Good Intentions? The Political Road to Economic Reform

The Majalla,
Sat 24 October 2009

A new dawn for Bolivia?

New Statesman,
Sat 26 September 2009

Domino Printing sees signs of recovery

Financial Times,
Fri 18 September 2009

Renovo to cut jobs as takeover talks falter

Financial Times,
Thu 17 September 2009

Balfour in talks over £350m rights issue

Financial Times,
Thu 17 September 2009

Selway steps down at Weir

Financial Times,
Wed 16 September 2009

BG announces large oil and gas find

Financial Times,
Tue 15 September 2009

JPMorgan counters EcoSecurities bid

Financial Times,
Mon 14 September 2009

Honduras – the undemocratic republic

New Statesman,
Fri 11 September 2009

Comet’s resilience in UK offsets sales fall at Kesa

Financial Times,
Fri 11 September 2009

Shining Comet helps Kesa

Financial Times,
Thu 10 September 2009

Profits tumble at Thorntons

Financial Times,
Wed 9 September 2009

Timeline: Aquascutum, from Crimean war to luxury brand

Financial Times,
Tue 8 September 2009

Greene King cautious despite sales rise

Financial Times,
Tue 8 September 2009

Lingerie sales buck downturn

Financial Times,
Mon 7 September 2009

US eases restrictions on Cuba

Financial Times,
Fri 4 September 2009

Spanish economy shrinks further

Financial Times,
Thu 27 August 2009

Afghanistan elections: counting begins

Financial Times,
Thu 20 August 2009

Afghanistan election: low turnout and violence

Financial Times,
Thu 20 August 2009

Another scandal gets dodged

New Statesman,
Thu 2 July 2009

http://www.newstatesman.com/international-politics/2009/04/obama-latin-chavez-cuba

New Statesman,
Tue 21 April 2009

How global influence has shifted

New Statesman,
Sun 5 April 2009

Left wins in El Salvador

New Statesman,
Mon 16 March 2009

http://www.newstatesman.com/south-america/2009/02/chavez-venezuela-referendum

New Statesman,
Mon 16 February 2009

Whose victory in Venezuela?

New Statesman,
Tue 25 November 2008

Venezuela’s Tupamaros on the side of the law

San Francisco Chronicle,
Sun 16 November 2008