Malice in Brazil's Palace
This time last year, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was in a huff. Former National Security Administration analyst-gone-rogue Edward Snowden had just unloaded his findings on how U.S. spymasters were snooping even on allied heads of state, and Rousseff was caught in the widening gyre.
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