An interview with Brazil’s new foreign minister
Brazilian Ambassador to the United States Mauro Vieira was named on New Year’s Eve to be the new Brazilian Foreign Minister, the government’s official news agency said.
Ripon College President Zach Messitte interviewed Vieira in February 2012 as host of the award-winning radio program “World Views,” syndicated on National Public Radio. Vieira discussed his country’s economic success, energy future and current events. Click here to listen to the interview.
“World Views” was produced during Messitte’s tenure at the University of Oklahoma.
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