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Democracy & Elections
Raúl Castro handed off the presidency to his vice-president Miguel Díaz-Canel, leaving Cubans to speculate on the true impact of the shift.
Costa Rica’s result may yield clues for upcoming votes in Brazil, Mexico and elsewhere.
Henri Falcón’s candidacy in May’s election could be aimed more at opposition politics than defeating Nicolás Maduro.
Colombia’s presidential race takes shape after congressional and primary voting.
A smooth alternation of power is a sign of a healthy democracy.
Chile’s President Bachelet leaves office after a second term widely seen as disappointing. But her influence was more transformative than many recognize.
In this new issue of AQ, we preview the region’s 2018 elections – and explain why anti-establishment nationalists are rising in the polls.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's travails point to deeper problems within Peru's democracy.
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.

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