Recent history shows that authoritarian-leaning leaders become much more aggressive after winning reelection.
More pundits and politicians are embracing the issue, but the public is less enthusiastic.
Brazilian millennials love this writer from the 1980s—and his tender depictions of queer life in the big city.
This article is adapted from AQ’s special report on the Summit of the Americas. Click here for the full list of countries. Argentina | Chile | Colombia | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | Guatemala | Mexico | Peru | Venezuela *NOTES: Approval rating updated May 6. Support for democracy reflects percentage who agree that democracy is preferable to any other form of government. Sources: Approval rating: PoderData (April); support for democracy: Latin American Public … Read more
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Economists weigh in on what membership in the “club of rich nations” could mean for their countries.
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