Reports that Brazil’s government suppressed unflattering deforestation data will permanently change its relationships abroad, writes AQ’s editor in chief.
Carbon credits for fighting deforestation were left in flux at Glasgow — but they could be key for the climate and Brazil’s economy.
Five reasons a “third way” candidate will struggle to break through in a polarized contest.
Why misinformation poses a major risk to Brazil’s 2022 presidential election, from a prominent fact-checker.
In the 2022 election campaign, Jair Bolsonaro and his followers may test the limits of democracy to protect their “right” to post.
Na campanha eleitoral de 2022, Jair Bolsonaro e seus seguidores podem vir a testar os limites da democracia para proteger seu “direito” de fazer postagens.
En la campaña presidencial de 2022, Jair Bolsonaro y sus seguidores podrán forzar los límites de la democracia para proteger su “derecho a publicar”.
AQ tracks how the country has managed its ties with Beijing.
The sinking approval ratings for Brazil’s president could be permanent, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Rather than initiate impeachment, House Speaker Arthur Lira is busy advancing his own agenda.
Brazil’s president is too weak to stage a coup, but strong enough to remain in power and produce a permanent constitutional crisis
Gender and the rights of minorities are taking precedence over iconic figures of the past century.
The agribusiness boom isn’t enough to combat the deep social gaps hindering Brazil’s growth.
The heir to a political dynasty, João Campos is betting on innovation to build a name for himself in Brazil’s most unequal capital.