A coup isn’t the most likely path, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief
Sérgio Moro’s departure is likely to cost the president some support, but its impact is complex.
Can Brazil’s president now hold on to his most loyal supporters?
Huge pot-banging protests show how vulnerable Brazil’s president is amid the coronavirus outbreak. Coming days will be critical.
Real growth hinges on a sustained reform agenda including changes to the tax code, writes a longtime Brazil expert.
Consumers in China and elsewhere are increasingly concerned about the environment.
Revelations about prosecutors’ bias and rule-breaking could prevent the opposition from renewing itself.
Diplomats across the region have begun to regard Brazil as a source of instability.
President Jair Bolsonaro’s efforts to roll-back environmental regulations reverse years of innovative policymaking in Brazil.
With a recession looming and whispers of impeachment growing, Brazil’s president tries a slightly less confrontational approach.
With the opposition in disarray, Hamilton Mourão has become Bolsonaro’s top opponent.
After 100 days in office, the president’s halo seems to be cracking in the eyes of some of his most loyal followers.
Brazil’s former Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira spoke to AQ about the new government’s green imperatives.