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Democracy & Elections
A very early look at the race to succeed President Michel Temer reveals a wide-open field of mostly familiar names.
An unexpected plunge into politics turned this 30-year-old mother into a national symbol of resistance.
A small town mayor with big ideas for change in Brazil's troubled political landscape.
The first female mayor of El Alto is as multifaceted and dynamic as the city she serves.
The former presidential candidate stoking hopes that a modern, more electable left may be taking root in Peru.
A pro-Chávez movement against Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro is getting more organized.
Major demonstrations could pressure the country's elections board to allow a recall vote. But challenges to the opposition are significant.
Se necesita más que “demagogia, xenofobia, irresponsabilidad y total ignorancia de los hechos” para descarrilar la relación entre estos vecinos.
LASA's 50th anniversary conference offered an opportunity to reflect on the quality of democracy in the region.
New questions emerge about who, if anyone, will be left standing once the Petrobras probe concludes.

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