Articles tagged with: Brazil
One of the GeoCurrents’ goals is to map the spatial distribution of various aspects of the human condition, but one thing we have not yet mapped is our own readership. This proves to be a difficult task as in many cases we have little way of knowing where they reside.The statistics provided by Google Analytics (see map on the left, …
Paiche, an increasingly rare fish native to the Amazon, is attracting much attention in Brazil and abroad, with new plans to develop commercial farming and processing facilities in the Brazilian state of Rondônia for domestic consumption and export to world-wide markets.
Geocurrents.info is proud to present our seventh GeocurrentCast, which provides a broad scan of the electoral geopolitics of Latin America, while profiling the major candidates and ideals across Bolivia, Honduras, Chile, Brazil and Venezuela.Download or watch the podcast here
In late December 2009, anti-Brazilian rioting broke out in the town of Albina in northeastern Suriname after a Brazilian man allegedly stabbed and killed a local resident. The ethnic violence grew so intensive that the Brazilian Foreign Ministry was forced to send in two aircraft to airlift its citizens from