Latin American Millennials Want Reform, Not Revolution
The younger generation is less radical than elders think. But their patience with democracy may run out unless challenges like inequality and climate can be addressed, a young Peruvian journalist writes in our cover story.
Ricardo Lagos on Latin America’s Changing of the Guard
The former Chilean president on the promise of a new generation of leaders—and what they still need to learn.
5 Viral Moments from a New Era in Latin American Politics
From a campaign bus breakdown to an ill-advised whiskey toast, what makes a political moment viral is quickly changing.
Susan Segal: Latin American Politics Needs New Blood
Entrepreneurship has been revitalized with young talent. Now politics should get the same treatment.
Graphic: Where Are Young Politicians Taking Power in Latin America?
AQ looks at indicators measuring youth participation in politics—and profiles leading politicians age 40 and under.
Photo Essay: Stories from Cuba’s New Exodus
AQ visits the U.S.-Mexico border as record numbers of Cubans attempt to cross.
Brazil’s Improbable Journey to Win the 1970 World Cup
The story behind victory in Mexico City shows that then, as now, politics is never far from the “beautiful game.”
The Organization Helping Young Argentines Reach for the Stars
Ignacio Peña’s Open Space puts on student competitions for space technology. Now, a winning idea is in space.
Brazil’s Evangelical Leftist
Henrique Vieira is a devout Baptist pastor—and a card-carrying member of Brazil’s Socialism and Freedom Party.
Is Alejandro Zambra a Genius—Or a Gimmick Artist?
A new translation of the Chilean writer’s debut novel raises the question: Does he live up to the hype?
Carlos Manuel Álvarez’s Dispatches Reveal the Real Cuba
Cutting through cliché and dogmatism, the Cuban writer’s new collection delivers a “masterclass in creative reportage.”
The Unfinished Business of Brazil’s “New Middle Class”
In a new film, a family runs out of money to build a swimming pool—revealing personal tensions and a society plagued by broken promises.
A Cuban Puppet Opera Comes to Life in Brooklyn
Pioneering modernists included the full sweep of Cuban culture in this 1934 work, now performed for the first time outside Cuba.