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1) Brazil: Growth Prospects for the Country: Brazil’s economy grew by 7.1% in 2010, and is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 5% for the next 5 years (its economy is expected to be larger than Italy’s … Continue reading
A) Brazil: Internal Issues and Threats to Brazil: 1) Poor Institutions / Policies: Brazil is a flawed democracy, and needs to reform its political and judicial institutions. It has a big government, that borrows way beyond its means – has … Continue reading
India’s Challenges of Global Climate Change: India’s rise will have significant implications for global climate change. As a resource-poor developing country in South Asia, India will be directly impacted by the consequences of global warming. According to the World Bank, … Continue reading
India’s rise started in the late 80s when it started moving away from a closed economy. Faced with dire economic conditions in the early 90s, the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh had no choice but to liberalize the Indian economy, … Continue reading
Historical facts: It’s centralized and militarized state has distinguished Russia for centuries. It’s deeply ingrained sense of territorial security created the need for a large and expensive state bureaucracy and military. After WWI, the Russian empire lagged economically and technologically … Continue reading
Some Historical Background: Brazil achieved independence from Portugal in 1822, but a constitutional monarchy was preserved until 1889. The old republic (1889–1930) was a highly decentralized state dominated by local political clans. Internal conflicts led to the collapse of the … Continue reading