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Brazil
Deforestation in Brazil is at a nine-year high. President Michel Temer's political horse trading could make it worse.
Starting a business in Brazil takes an average of 100 days. São Paulo mayor João Doria wants it to happen in 48 hours.
There’s nothing inevitable about Brazil’s recovery – but today’s news shows why investors are willing to give the country the benefit of the doubt.
Brazil has few black politicians – and fewer who represent black interests. A new party hopes to change that.
The crisis facing Temer’s government is symptomatic of a broader failure – with potentially grave consequences.
Research shows this comes at great social, economic and environmental cost.
Don’t underestimate the Bearded One, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Women in Brazil are forcing their way into tech, but still face barriers to entry; today just 13 percent of start-up entrepreneurs in São Paulo are women.
A historic corruption probe revealed a system so broken it must be overhauled.
In this sweeping essay for AQ, Brazil’s foreign minister outlines his views on populism, Venezuela, U.S. ties, Latin American integration and more.

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