At Biden’s Summit, Leaders Should Summon the Spirit of 1994
The first Summit of the Americas in Miami had the ambition needed to make hemispheric cooperation a reality.
A 2022 Overview of Latin America: Key Indicators
AQ’s snapshot of who is in government, where economies stand and how societies are faring in 10 countries.
Susan Segal: Social Inclusion Should Be a Priority at the Summit of the Americas
The hemisphere’s leaders have a rare chance to champion diversity and digital infrastructure.
The Summit Is a Great Chance for Better Cooperation on Migration
At the Summit of the Americas, leaders should take three steps towards a joint hemispheric approach to the crisis.
“This Can Be Done”: In Honduras, Farmers Adapt to a Changing Climate
Rather than heading north, some Central Americans are rotating crops and making other changes. But funding is scarce.
Haitians Deserve a Rethink on International Aid
Instead of sticking with failed strategies, the international community should target micro-loans to small-scale farmers.
Central America Is Still Recovering from Hurricane Mitch
The 1998 hurricane ended a decade of promise, highlighting the need to better prepare for the next climate-related disaster.
In Tattoos, Protests and Street Art, Perón’s Legacy Lives On
Argentines are still commemorating, and arguing over, Juan and Eva Perón, as this photo essay shows.
One Year Later: Destruction, But Also Bright Spots, in the Amazon
AQ takes stock of developments since our special report on sustainable development.
The Critics Are Coming for Roberto Bolaño
After decades of praise, some are souring on the late literary icon. A new book defends his legacy.
Caio Fernando Abreu’s Legacy Is Thriving in the Internet Age
Brazilian millennials love this writer from the 1980s—and his tender depictions of queer life in the big city.
Reimagining Shakespeare’s Misunderstood Women
An Argentine director’s film series turns the Bard’s plays inside out to find new roles for female characters.