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Brazil
Reports of anti-LGBT hate crimes in Brazil reached new highs in 2016, but performers like As Bahias e a Cozinha Mineira are undeterred.
President Temer has a good economic agenda, but his unpopularity is a growing problem, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Despite facing a fast-moving migration crisis from Venezuela, Brazil's policy response is stuck in neutral.
The so-called "Tropical Spring" erupted, grabbed the attention of the world - and then disappeared (Or did it?). An in-depth look, nearly four years on.
With just 18 months left in President Michel Temer’s term, Brazil’s next foreign minister will face an uphill battle.
A noisy confrontation in New York presages a new, more aggressive phase of Brazil’s corruption investigation.
Brazil's rubber "soldiers" paved the way for the region's transformation.
The Lava Jato investigation is an opportunity to prove that the rule of law is spreading in Brazil - and the region.
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.

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