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Democracy & Elections
A grand bargain on issues from security cooperation to open markets could give both sides what they want.
The algorithm that governs politics has changed, says the former Brazilian president and esteemed sociologist.
Two founders of Agora!, a new political group, explain how they want to bring a new generation of leaders into Brazilian politics.
Senator Viviane Morales’ effort to reverse a historic court ruling reflects Colombia's growing conservative movement.
La oposición anunció una nueva agenda de lucha y todo señala a que la situación en el país está apunto de tocar fondo. Pero en nuestra realidad, nada es seguro.
The opposition's next steps suggest a showdown is imminent. But on the ground in Venezuela, nothing is certain.
With Daniel Ortega's re-election on November 6 all but assured, his critics fear a return to the dynastic politics of the past.
The end of democracy in Venezuela was predictable, but it was still shocking in a number of ways.
La repentina inmersión de una jóven madre en la política.
“Tienes que participar”

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