Latin American governments are keen to show Washington it’s a new era. But this is also a tale of democracies in decline, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
More pundits and politicians are embracing the issue, but the public is less enthusiastic.
AQ takes stock of developments since our special report on sustainable development.
This article is adapted from AQ’s special report on the Summit of the Americas. Click here for the full list of countries. Argentina | Chile | Colombia | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | Guatemala | Mexico | Peru | Venezuela *NOTES: Approval rating updated May 6. Support for democracy reflects percentage who agree that democracy is preferable to any other form of government. Sources: Approval rating: PoderData (April); support for democracy: Latin American Public … Read more
AQ tracks how the country has managed its ties with Beijing.
The sinking approval ratings for Brazil’s president could be permanent, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
The walls appear to be closing in on Brazil’s president, but a recovering economy could be his saving grace.
Facing a new corruption scandal, the embattled president may be willing to restart dialogue on deforestation.
Brazil’s president tries to please his base ahead of the 2022 election – to their likely detriment.
COVID-19 is putting pressure on Jair Bolsonaro. But calls for a united opposition ignore political realities.
A decree has given Brazil’s military temporary authority over the fight against deforestation – while government actions continue to fuel it.
What do 1904’s smallpox vaccination riots in Rio de Janeiro tell us about today’s Brazil?
The Brazilian president has displayed numerous books at events and on social media. Some appeal to his base, while others seem aspirational.