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LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Collected by: University of New Mexico

Archived since: May, 2010


This archive is part of a University of New Mexico project that uses innovative technological solutions to build an easy to use knowledge base on energy policy and dialogue in Latin America for educational and policy-oriented research interests in the United States, Latin America, and the world.

Subject:   Government Science & Health Computers & Technology

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Title: Brazilian Sub-Imperialism in Bolivia and Latin America


Description: This article by Mathias Luce, a Professor of International Political Economy in Brazil, discusses the growing dominance of Brazilian mining, energy, and oil companies within South America. The author views Brazil as a rising sub-imperialist power and briefly examines how it came to be so. He also looks at the changing power dynamics within South America, linked to global processes, and explores what this will mean for the region. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Natural Gas Indigenous Biomass Oil Mines Hydroelectric Bolivia Paraguay Biofuel Mineral Mining Brazil Peru Petrobras Infrastructure Soybean Capital Ownership Foreign Investment Development,  Vale ,  Votorantim Odebrecht Gerdau Friboi Ecuador Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America (IIRSA) Integration Mercosur UNASUR Venezuela

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