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Miriam Leitao

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Miriam Leitao is a reporter and columnist for O Globo and Radio CBN in Brazil. She is also a commentator on Globo TV Network and runs her own blog, www.miriamleitao.com, hosted at Globo online at www.oglobo.com.br. She was awarded Columbia University’s Maria Moors Cabot Prize in 2005. Close.

Miriam Leitao

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Miriam Leitao is a reporter and columnist for O Globo and Radio CBN in Brazil. more »

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May 8, 2007 6:00 PM

No More Fairy Tales for Brazil

Brazil has a unique history compared to other Americans countries. It started as an independent nation under its own monarch in 1822. Our greatest monarch was instrumental in moving the country toward what it is today. But his memory also shows us that monarchs belong to history.

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May 18, 2007 7:57 AM

Samba & Jazz Will Outlive Neocons

If or when PostGlobal’s Amar Bakshi arrives in Brazil with his notebook and video camera, he will realize that there is no such thing in Brazil as a feeling against American culture or the American people. Here -- and everywhere, by the way -- there is growing disagreement with Bush’s government, its methods, attitudes and choices.

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