The Political Crisis in Brazil: What Is at Stake for Public Policies?

Carlos Milani

Title Conditional: The Political Crisis in Brazil: What Is at Stake for Public Policies?
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Time: 4:00 pm | 223 Moses Hall

Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)
Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)

Brazil is going through its first major political and institutional crisis since the new Constitution was passed in 1988. In this lecture, Carlos Milani will examine the current political and institutional crisis, its causes, and its impact on future public policies in Brazil.

Carlos R. S. Milani is Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the State University of Rio de Janeiro. His research focuses on comparative foreign policy, Brazilian foreign policy, international development cooperation, and foreign aid. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Center for Latin American Studies.

Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.) Carlos Milani shows a map of the regional divide in Brazilian voting, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)
Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.) Carlos Milani shows a map of the regional divide in Brazilian voting, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)

Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)
Carlos Milani speaks for CLAS, February 2017. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)

Brazil's Senate during the Rousseff impeachment vote, April 2016. (Photo by Douglas Gomes/Liderança do PRB na Câmara.)
Brazil's Senate during the Rousseff impeachment vote, April 2016. (Photo by Douglas Gomes/Liderança do PRB na Câmara.)