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| November 5, 2016
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Former Olympic athlete on political history of the Games

September 27, 2016
| Jules Boykoff is a former athlete with the U.S. men's national soccer team. He currently teaches political science at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. Boykoff spoke in Vancouver July 18.
Length: 37:16 minutes (34.12 MB)
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With the Olympics finished, Brazil's political coup goes ignored

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Canadian unions and organizations around the world are calling on governments to not recognize the right-wing coup in Brazil led by Michel Temer.

Is Venezuela on the brink of another coup?

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Concerns about a U.S.-backed coup plot have surfaced once more in Venezuela.

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A company managing the retirement savings of workers in Sweden, the U.S. and Canada is evading Brazilian laws on foreign investment to acquire farmlands from people accused of displacing communities.
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