Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Fernando Lugo, Paraguay’s President, who (because he used to be a Jesuit Priest?) is much craftier than both La Presidenta (Argentina) and El Presidente for Life (Venezuela), came to São Paulo a few years ago, had his cancer treatment, is back in his home country and (apparently) none the worse off (politically or medically) for having had his treatment, and for having allowed doctors to tell reporters what he had and what he (and the doctors) were going to do about it.
Compare, for a second or two, the behavior . . .