Moving to Sunnier – at least Warmer – Climes

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Barely back from the Seoul Summit, I have had the good fortune to do a little temperature taking _ and I don’t mean the outside temperature – here in Brazil.  With the auspices of Cebri (Brazilian Center for International Relations) – one of the few policy think tanks in Brazil – and the Stanley Foundation from the US, Adriana de Queiroz and David Shorr led a lively dialogue session on Brazil.  The dialogue sessions went from Sunday afternoon through Monday late afternoon and covered a lot of ground.

And that will be the subject of the next blog post.

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