Fallout with Brazil over NSA, a ‘high political cost’ to US – audio

PRESIDENT DILMA Rousseff’s decision to call off her state visit to Washington may well be the highest political cost the White House has paid so far in its international relations for the allegations of spying by the National Security Agency (NSA).

Dilma would be the only leader to be offered a state reception by the White House this year, a reflection of the importance the US places in the bilateral ties, the US administration said in a statement.

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Dilma and Obama in search of the ‘lost chemistry’

PRESIDENT DILMA Rousseff may still find what she calls “political conditions” to keep her plans of visiting the US in October.

But keeping the chemistry alive will be harder after the National Security Agency (NSA) was accused of intercepting her own communications with staff, and perhaps breaking into the network of Brazil’s flagship state-owned oil giant, Petrobras.

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Quem salva o entusiasmo do encontro entre Dilma e Obama?

PODEM ATÉ salvar a visita de Estado da presidente Dilma Rousseff aos Estados Unidos, marcada para o fim de outubro, mas reinjetar entusiasmo serão outros quinhentos.

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Após o escândalo Snowden, quem deve controlar a internet?

NA ESTEIRA das denúncias de espionagem em massa feitas pelo ex-analista da CIA Edward Snowden, o Brasil prometeu levar a discussão sobre o controle da internet para a ONU. Mas o que isso significa exatamente?

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