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Brazil
Brasília should embrace a more realistic, involved—but still ambitious—role in a changing world.
Dilma Rousseff certainly didn’t help Brazil’s economy. But she wasn’t the main cause of its meltdown either.
As other industries falter, agribusiness could be the key to Brazil's recovery.
Rio's slums have returned to neglect, but there is still an opportunity for revival.
Bringing more refugees to Brazil could help the country overcome its economic malaise – and boost its international profile.
Will the investigation of corruption at Petrobras lead to a better Brazil? Or will it collapse because of recent mistakes? An in-depth look by AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Radio stations continue their fight to choose when to air the country’s longest-running radio show, A Voz do Brasil.
If history is any guide, Brazil’s Olympic gold may be remembered as a turning point in the crisis.
From rugby to judo, the visibility of Brazil’s out Olympians is a win in the fight against homophobia.
The new president of Brazil’s national development bank is embracing much-needed reforms, but she’s working under the clock.

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