In a new film, a family runs out of money to build a swimming pool—revealing personal tensions and a society plagued by broken promises.
AQ looks at indicators measuring youth participation in politics—and profiles leading politicians age 40 and under.
New powers for Congress mean increased checks on the executive, regardless of whether Lula or Bolsonaro wins on October 30.
The Economist’s Brazil correspondent on first-round results and what to expect from the runoff
The first-round vote ended with a margin much slimmer than expected between the main candidates, President Jair Bolsonaro and former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
As concerns circulate over Brazil’s election, there’s new urgency for the U.S. to build bilateral ties and address global challenges.
Henrique Vieira is a devout Baptist pastor—and a card-carrying member of Brazil’s Socialism and Freedom Party.
After attending rallies for both Lula and Bolsonaro, AQ’s editor-in-chief reports on a polarized and slightly murky race.
A year after AQ’s special report on misinformation, a leading journalist sees progress.
Political analyst Thomas Traumann on the final weeks of the campaign and what could happen next
Still trailing in polls, Bolsonaro seems determined to stay in power. AQ’s editor-in-chief examines potential scenarios for the confrontation ahead.
A growing number of Brazilians are losing hope in the country and emigrating, including high-skilled workers.
Oliver Stuenkel on the consolidation of a wave of leftist and left-leaning leaders in the region
Brazil’s rainforest is suffering from record deforestation and poverty—but in crisis, there’s opportunity.