Issues in International Political Economy - The Brazil-U.S. Relationship: A Tale of Mutual Ignorance - June 2002, Number 30
June 15, 2002
One variant of Murphy's Law is that when matters get dicey in one aspect of a country's affairs, they get tense across the board. This is happening this year in Brazil. The long-running troubles in Argentina became critical early in the year and the repercussions inevitably spill over the border into Brazil, both politically and economically.