How to explain the administration’s oddly quiet start – and what to expect in the months ahead.
AQ tracks how the country has managed its ties with Beijing.
Shining Path leader Abimael Guzmán’s death gives Pedro Castillo an opportunity to condemn the violent left.
With his Cabinet appointments, Peru’s new president may have planted the seeds of his own failure.
The rise and fall of a powerful governor allegedly shows the influence of criminal groups.
A runoff on June 6 pitted one of Peru’s most recognized politicians against one of its least.
The 76-year-old centrist technocrat will have to deal with a combative Congress and reeling electorate.
The absence of stable political parties is destabilizing democracies throughout Latin America.
Expect more populism ahead in one of the world’s hardest-hit countries by COVID-19.
Three case studies analyze very different efforts to combat corruption. Their lessons are key for progress today.
COVID-19 and economic crisis haven’t stopped a dubious push for impeachment.
In Chile, Peru and elsewhere, governments are loosening regulations on pension withdrawals. What are the risks?
Less red tape and more public-private cooperation would help Peru beat back the virus.
Enjoying popular support, Peru’s president is flirting with progressive politics.