Will Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff be impeached? As the approach progresses, the likelihood of that final result appears to be to enhance pretty much daily. Paulo Sotero, Director of the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute is touring to the nation and will be there when the next vote occurs. Prior to his departure, we spoke to him about the all round predicament and what we may well assume next as Brazil’s political disaster unfolds. Which is the concentration of this edition of Wilson Centre NOW.
Paulo Sotero is the director of the Brazil Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Intercontinental Centre for Students. An award profitable journalist, from 1989 to 2006 he was the Washington correspondent for Estado de S.Paulo, a foremost Brazilian daily newspaper. Sotero began his career at Veja in the late sixties and labored for the magazine in São Paulo, Recife, Brasília, and Paris, till he was named its correspondent in Portugal soon after the democratic revolution of April twenty five, 1974. Sotero has been in Washington, D.C., considering that 1980, where by he has been a correspondent for Istoé weekly magazine and the financial newspaper Gazeta Mecantil. He is a frequent guest commentator for the BBC, CNN, AlJazeera, Voice of The united states, National Public Radio, Globo News Tv and the Brazilian Radio Community – CBN. He also contributes routinely to Brazilian and intercontinental newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals.
John Milewski is the govt producer and managing editor of Wilson Centre NOW and also serves as director of Wilson Centre ON Demand electronic programming. Formerly he served as host and producer of Dialogue at the Wilson Centre and Shut Up on C-SPAN. He also teaches a program on politics and media for Penn State’s Washington System.