Brazil’s president is turning to the military to fight crime, a strategy that brings its own risks.
As crime levels rise, pro-gun positions are gaining strength in conservative movements across the region, worrying security experts.
The Brazilian economy is improving this year. How sustainable is the trend of faster growth?
Former Colombia finance minister Mauricio Cárdenas reviews the significance of better GDP growth for the regions’ economies.
As Brazil presides over the UN Security Council this month, the president has an opportunity to reassume a role as global diplomat.
A former Colombian planning minister writes that instead of revising trade agreements, his country and others should focus on solving market and government failures.
A political columnist on what the future holds for the Brazilian right-wing movement, and what this means for Lula
Após o caos de janeiro, a política e a economia parecem ter retomado estabilidade, escreve o editor-chefe da AQ.
Tras el caos de enero, la economía y la política brasileñas parecen haber recuperado una base más sólida, escribe el editor jefe de AQ.
After January’s chaos, Brazil’s economy and politics seem to have returned to a more solid footing, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
The BRICS transformation into a Beijing-led alliance poses a challenge for Brazil and Argentina.
The head of economics for the region at Citigroup on why analysts are boosting forecasts for Mexico and Brazil
Lula’s climate diplomacy now faces a viability test.
Good news at home is freeing up the president to engage abroad, with success at an Amazon summit but enduring controversy elsewhere.
AQ talked to Kleber Karipuna, member of the organizing committee of the OTCA presidential summit, on the challenges facing the region—from crime to carbon markets.