Jun 29, 2015

Sales trip: Ms Rousseff goes to Washington 2015-06-29 | Espresso

In 2013 revelations of American snooping on her e-mail led Brazil’s president, Dilma Rousseff, to call off a state visit to Washington. Not all will be forgiven as she dines with Barack Obama tonight in the White House, on her first official trip to America since then. But bilateral relations are on the mend. Tomorrow the two will sign agreements to co-operate in areas including education and...

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