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Democracy & Elections
Election year politics are complicating implementation of Colombia’s peace deal. The next president could seek significant changes.
This year’s “electoral supercycle,” and the race to succeed Washington and Caracas as the hemisphere’s big players.
How a retired Army captain rose from a marginal apologist for torture and dictatorship to a serious contender for Brazil’s presidency.
In this new issue of AQ, we preview the region’s 2018 elections – and explain why anti-establishment nationalists are rising in the polls.
Curtailing the influence of ex-presidents would create space for fresh leadership.
Immature parties and political institutions have left Peru on the brink of crisis. A coming impeachment vote spells more trouble ahead.
While less dramatic than in the rest of Latin America, there is a transformation in Paraguay led by those born in the late 1970s and 1980s.
In an election that could decide the next presidency, voters will judge an unpopular president’s legacy.
Jailing a presidential frontrunner is “not the Brazilian tradition,” for better and for worse, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Alejandro Guillier has tried to reassure the private sector ahead of a run-off election on Dec. 17 – with mixed results.

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