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Brazil Independence Day 2010 Celebration

September 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Brazil Independence Day 2010 – Today, September 7, 2010 is the 188th anniversary of Brazil. Back in September 7, 1822, Brazil celebrated its Independence Day from Portugal when a new decree with Lisbon’s demands arrived in Rio de Janeiro, while Prince Pedro was in Sao Paulo. Princess Maria Leopoldina, acting as Princess Regent that time, […]

Op-Ed: Long-Term Effects of Colonialism

April 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

There are several reasons why some countries are more developed than others. One of the factors is the interconnected relationships between colonialism, geography, culture, institutions, and the leadership in those institutions. Through examination of examples throughout history, and the effect they had on the present day, I found that various political dynamics, such as physical and cultural […]

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