An expert’s overview of the state of LGBTQ+ rights in the region, and how they relate to politics.
New economic analysis reveals that despite some progress, Brazil must do more to address racial inequality.
Tarciana Medeiros has stepped into the role at a time when the bank is at the crossroads of some of Brazil’s core existential questions.
What seems like a contradictory agenda for 2024 reflects the country’s deeper priorities, writes a Brazilian expert.
Femicide—the killing of women—is the subject of Patrícia Melo’s experimental novel, set on the edge of the Brazilian rainforest.
An expert with firsthand knowledge discusses new crime dynamics and ways forward.
A special report on Brazil’s finance minister, who after a year of unexpected successes will face arguably his biggest challenge in 2024.
An overview of economic trends in the region and a detailed look at Brazil, Mexico and Argentina
The unexpected trend, if it continues, may affect politics and budgets for years to come.
A survey taken at rallies in Buenos Aires and São Paulo points to shared ideas on issues like human rights and welfare programs.
An overview of Lula’s first year back in office and a look at what 2024 could bring
Maduro is less interested in Essequibo than in diverting attention from Venezuela’s economic crisis.
Brazil’s president is turning to the military to fight crime, a strategy that brings its own risks.
As crime levels rise, pro-gun positions are gaining strength in conservative movements across the region, worrying security experts.