In Mexico and Brazil, financial intelligence is dangerously entering the political arena.
Revelations about prosecutors’ bias and rule-breaking could prevent the opposition from renewing itself.
Um olhar sobre o ainda popular mas combalido movimento e ideias sobre como salvá-lo, pelo editor chefe de AQ.
En este reporte especial, AQ examina como fiscales fuera del foco de los medios nacionales batallan con amenazas, sabotage – y a menudo, fracaso.
Al investigar tres expresidentes, este fiscal está siendo renombrado en Perú.
Como va el movimiento contra la corrupción en América Latina, cinco años después de Lava Jato.
In this special report, AQ looks at how lawmen outside the national media spotlight struggle with threats, sabotage – and, often, failure.
From Mexico to Argentina, iconic scandals have reshaped politics. AQ examines their origins – and fallout.
An overview of the popular but struggling movement, and ideas on how to save it, by AQ’s editor-in-chief.
By investigating three former presidents, this public prosecutor has made a name for himself in Peru.
El juez brasileño mira de nuevo a la década de 1990 en Italia, y arriesga el legado del movimiento anticorrupción.
I teach at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, one of the most important educational institutions in Brazil, with more than 30,000 students. Broad programs of affirmative action have ensured that many of those students are from poor backgrounds, often the first members of their families to go to college. They are part of … Read more Rio de Janeiro’s Party Is Over. Who Pays the Bill?
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s sentencing on Wednesday was long expected, but no less of a bombshell. Lula may have fallen from the pedestal of international acclaim and approval ratings north of 80 percent; a majority of Brazilians may think he broke the law, at a time when citizens are becoming more aware … Read more Lula’s Sentencing Should Be a Sober Moment for All Brazilians
Well, now it’s officially part of the judicial record: Lula is in a category all his own. The most striking aspect of Wednesday’s ruling against former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was the judge’s admission that Lula warrants special treatment. This, more than any other detail, suggests the man who has dominated Brazilian politics … Read more For Brazil’s Lula, It’s Not Over Yet