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Democracy & Elections
Legislator and former student activist Miguel Pizarro, 29, is one of the leaders reinvigorating Venezuela's opposition.
To fix Ecuador's struggling economy, Moreno will need to break from his predecessor – without alienating his supporters.
Young people who came of age under Chavismo make up nearly half of those killed in anti-government marches.
She is a staunch conservative, but open to dialogue – to the benefit of U.S.-Latin America relations.
Brazil has few black politicians – and fewer who represent black interests. A new party hopes to change that.
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.

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