An overview of the president and key indicators in Brazil
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.
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.
Brazil’s rainforest is suffering from record deforestation and poverty—but in crisis, there’s opportunity.
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.
Inflation, high interest rates and a slowdown in China present challenges, but the region’s economies have been resilient, says Revilla.
A meeting between the two presidents in Los Angeles foreshadowed bigger trouble ahead, as Bolsonaro looks set to challenge the vote.
A second “pink tide” would create greater opportunities for dialogue. But structural obstacles abound.
Recent history shows that authoritarian-leaning leaders become much more aggressive after winning reelection.