Editorial, by Stone Korshak
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Watching Brazil in the last year reminds me of the slow, tragic, predictable and inevitable collapse of some child star’s younger sibling that has flown too close to the sun while the media watches every self-destructive step.
Maybe that is a little harsh, but in the last ten years we have seen Brazil handed the golden goose (pre-salt oil discovery off the southeastern coast), and suddenly everyone wanted to be involved. Brazil, long-termed as ‘the country of tomorrow, that always will be’ – seemed to be finally having its . . .