Brazil possesses just about 50% of the landmass of South America and is the fifth most crowded nation on the planet with two hundred and one million subjects. The nation announced freedom from Portugal in the year 1822, at first building a sacred government and holding a slave-based, manor economy. Brazil nullified subjugation in the year 1888 and turned into a republic in 1889, however monetary and political force stayed packed in the hands of vast country landowners and the dominant part of Brazilians stayed outside the political framework. The tyrant legislature of Getúlio Vargas (1930-1945) started the joining of the regular workers yet pushed strict control over work as a component of his more extensive push to unify power. Vargas likewise
Global Competition In recent years Brazil has become a major global power with the capability of competing in the international marketplace on a wide scale. Brazil is the eighth largest economy and the fifth largest land mass in the world. Globally, it has become one of the top producers of market necessities including energy, minerals, vegetables, and water. Being the largest economy in Latin America it has the potential to be a great influence over the economy of the continent. Recent economic growth in Brazil is due to the decline of influence in Latin America by the United States, one of Brazil’s major competitors.
The port of Callao is the biggest port by traffic in Peru followed by the port of Iquitos in the Amazon basin. The national highways in Peru are called the Pan American Highway runs the country from north to south beside the coast, total miles of road are 85,900 km out of which nearly 45,000 km are paved. Peru’s communication devices are fixed phone lines 3,443,479 and mobile lines 32,305,455 ("Osiptel"); the major players in the telecom industry are Movistar, Claro, Nextel and Viettel. Movistar is the biggest
Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, who designed some of the 20th Century's most famous modernist buildings, has died just before his 105th birthday. He rose to international fame as the architect of the main government buildings in the futuristic Brazilian capital, Brasilia, inaugurated in 1960. He also worked with Swiss-born modernist architect Le Corbusier on the UN building in New York. He continued to work on new projects until earlier this year. He died on Wednesday at a hospital in Rio de Janeiro.
The population provides the much needed labor force that has propelled the country’s industrial and agricultural sector to great heights of productivity. China’s population is the largest in the world. As per mid-2011, the country had a population of over 1.3 billion people (Rosenberg, 2011). This is a 20% representation of the World’s total population because the world population is estimated to be around 6.7 billion. Besides providing labor for industries, the large Chinese population forms a ready market for goods and services.
In Brazil, elections are free and fair and the courts independent. For more than two decades democracy has been the only game in town, without a single political actor having broken the rules of engagement (Pinheiro, p 113-114). Adam Przeworski said democracy is consolidated when no one can imagine acting outside the democratic institutions. Brazil not only has consolidated its democracy but also managed to achieve macro-economic stability, reduce poverty and inequality, win international credibility and rise to become the world's sixth-largest economy. Brazil is distinctive to look at because there have been several waves of democratization.
Although the Portugal King Dom João never ruled over an independent Brazil, he is still referred to as the "Founder of the Brazilian Nationality. "Once Rio De Janiero was seriously being considered as a permanent Royal base, Dom João embarked on a series of nation building policies. Banks, libraries and schools were erected, and trading ports were opened especially to Britain in return for her assistance in facilitating the move of the Royal Family to Brazil. This greatly had a positive impact on the country's economy
 In 1957, it became the first African nation to declare independence from European colonization.  This made Ghana a symbol of black achievement and helped to inspire other African nations to seek independence. It also had a major influence on Pan-Africanism and the Black Pride movements in the United States of America.  Ghana is the 7th-best governed country, 5th-most stable country and rated thirteenth-highest HDI on continental Africa. Ghana's economy is the 6th-largest on the Africa continent by purchasing power parity and Nominal GDP and is
He variously styled himself as "the Brother Leader" and "Guide of the Revolution"; in 2008 a meeting of traditional African rulers bestowed on him the title "King of Kings. After seizing power in 1969, he abolished the Libyan Constitution of 1951. He established laws based on the political ideology] he had formulated, called the Third International Theory and published in The Green Book. After establishing the jamahiriya ("state of the masses") system in 1977, he officially stepped down from power and had since then held a largely symbolic role within the country's offical governance structure. Rising oil prices and extraction in Libya led to increasing revenues.
I.Introduction The love of money is the root of all evil. Nigeria is a Country situated in the West Africa region, it is a Country with dense population of over 140 million inhabitants, and most importantly, it is a Country that is very rich in oil. Nigeria is not only the 6th largest oil producer in world, it is also the 8th largest exporter of crude oil. Most of Nigeria’s oil comes from the Niger Delta which is sometimes called the Oil River. The Niger Delta has a lot of regions that generates oil but one of the popular places is Ogoniland.