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Democracy & Elections
The July 16 referendum on Maduro's proposed constitutional convention suggests Venezuela's diaspora is more united – and more powerful – than ever.
Apathy and fatigue are driving Brazil’s politics. AQ’s editor-in-chief explores the potential consequences.
Apathy and fatigue are driving Brazil’s politics. AQ’s editor-in-chief explores the potential consequences.
His downfall – and enduring popularity – reveal the pervasiveness of corruption and Brazilian’s lack of political options.
There are more than 400 political prisoners in Venezuela, where any dissident can be jailed for their opinions.
Last week’s primaries show that most voters are looking for mainstream candidates for president in November.
With classes disrupted, the economy in shambles, and more peers in jail, Venezuela’s young opposition is raising its voice.
The Fujimori-led opposition is undermining Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's ability to govern – and Peruvians' trust in government – with relentless attacks.
Popular, persistent and under investigation: Why former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner may be gearing up for a congressional run.
Legislator and former student activist Miguel Pizarro, 29, is one of the leaders reinvigorating Venezuela's opposition.

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