The Brazil president’s second term in office has had a shaky start, with a barrage of corruption allegations fuelling discontent over the country’s economic woes and even talk of impeachment. Fiona Symon asks Joe Leahy, FT Brazil bureau chief, how bad things look for Dilma Rousseff.
Years of painstaking negotiations between Iran and the world powers have finally led to a deal. Was it the biggest international diplomatic breakthrough in decades or a historic mistake? Roula Khalaf, FT foreign editor, and Najmeh Bozorgmehr, Tehran correspondent, debate the pros and cons.
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