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Democracy & Elections
The crisis facing Temer’s government is symptomatic of a broader failure – with potentially grave consequences.
Fair or unfair, comparisons to Hugo Chávez have dogged the Mexican politician. Will they sink him in 2018?
Don’t underestimate the Bearded One, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Even as Bolivia’s president flirts with authoritarianism, the opposition is failing to offer a real alternative.
Meet the volunteer medical brigade caring for those wounded in increasingly violent anti-government protests.
Everybody likes to rip the anti-Chavista opposition. Here are 8 reasons why they’re wrong.
The U.S. congressman from El Paso who is trying to sell Washington on what the border is really like.
Peaceful protests almost always work better than violent ones - even against repressive governments.
The “end of the world” finally arrived, and it wasn’t pretty.
Outgoing President Rafael Correa's mining deals have alienated groups that once supported him. That could cost his heir apparent on Sunday.

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