Lula and Bolsonaro are both seeking to appeal to Brazilians’ desire for international recognition.
An intervention is not being planned, and wouldn’t have enough support, says the country’s most recent civilian defense minister.
A meeting between the two presidents in Los Angeles foreshadowed bigger trouble ahead, as Bolsonaro looks set to challenge the vote.
Recent history shows that authoritarian-leaning leaders become much more aggressive after winning reelection.
Will Marisa Monte’s latest album open a door to greater recognition for Latin American artists?
AQ takes stock of developments since our special report on sustainable development.
Brazilian millennials love this writer from the 1980s—and his tender depictions of queer life in the big city.
A look at the Bolsonaro and Lula campaigns, from a Brazilian reporter with deep sources in both worlds.
AQ’s editor-in-chief returns to Brazil and finds an unexpectedly open 2022 election.
A controversy over pro-Lula demonstrations at Lollapalooza overlaps with Bolsonaro’s bid to court older voters.
Brazilian police are investigating after a plane sprayed herbicide in the area.
Economists weigh in on what membership in the “club of rich nations” could mean for their countries.
Brazilian NGO Gerando Falcões reaches hundreds of favelas by partnering with local activists.
A new book by Richard Lapper sheds light on Brazil’s culture of popular conservatism.