Life in Brazil returns to normal, even if it shouldn’t.
A proposal prohibiting active-duty personnel from government positions has found some support among the armed forces.
Competing visions in Berlin reveal a broader dilemma about how to engage with Jair Bolsonaro’s government.
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.