A default would be more painful – and politically costly – than in years past.
Healthcare workers from Brazil, Chile and Ecuador weigh the impact of inequality and preparation.
Beijing may not ride to the region’s rescue this time for several reasons, says China expert Margaret Myers.
Brazilian economist Monica de Bolle on where Bolsonaro’s coronavirus response gets it wrong – and how the government can protect both people and jobs
Polls show Chile wants to replace its dictatorship-era constitution. But is a new constitution what’s best for Chile? Patricio Navia, an AQ columnist and political scientist at NYU, says it’s not. In the inaugural episode of the Americas Quarterly Podcast, Navia joins Editor-in-chief Brian Winter to discuss why he feels that the process could backfire. Subscribe … Read more AQ Podcast: Why a New Chile Constitution Could Backfire
Also available for download through the App Store and on all Apple devices. Is Brazil facing a “lost decade” from dual political and economic crises? AQ’s editor-in-chief Brian Winter answers this question in the latest episode of AQ’s new podcast, This Week in Brazil. After a reporting trip to Brazil this past week, Winter concluded that if there’s … Read more This Week in Brazil Podcast: Brazil’s ‘Que Se Vayan Todos’ Moment