A year into his latest leadership term, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva seeks to reunite his country while managing a G20 presidency. How does he plan to handle both?
Joining the discussion:
- Sourabh Gupta is a Senior Asia-Pacific international relations policy specialist at the Institute for China-America Studies.
- Gilson Schwartz is a Professor of Economics at the University of São Paulo.
- Andy Mok is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for China and Globalization.
- Gustavo Ribeiro is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Brazilian Report.
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