A year after AQ’s education issue, the COVID crisis has magnified learning inequality in the region.
A year after AQ’s mayors issue, local Latin American leaders are poised to enter national politics.
The region went from being a symbol of pandemic failure to having a lower average number of deaths than industrialized nations. There are important lessons for the future.
The inquiry probably won’t bring down the president, but it has the potential to reduce his chances to win reelection next year.
A deeper look at Freedom House data showing slow erosion in freedoms.
As new research shows huge setbacks to education and inequality, the region’s leaders seem to be “sleepwalking,” writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Even with deaths at all-time highs, Bolsonaro continues to undermine efforts to address the pandemic.
Russia and China have stepped up their influence in Latin America, complicating President Biden’s hopes of hemispheric dialogue.
There is hope for combating illicit trade in 2021, but we have to act together.
Há esperança de combater o comércio ilícito em 2021, mas temos de agir em conjunto.
Hay esperanza de combatir el comercio ilícito en 2021, pero tenemos que actuar juntos.
With nationalism on the rise, politicians in charge of cities are forging alliances and bypassing national governments.
Riven by ideological difference and lacking regional leadership, Latin America faces a slow post-COVID recovery.