The politician who most benefited from Brazil’s anti-corruption probe has put the final nail in its coffin.
COVID-19 is putting pressure on Jair Bolsonaro. But calls for a united opposition ignore political realities.
An overview of the popular but struggling movement, and ideas on how to save it, by AQ’s editor-in-chief.
El juez brasileño mira de nuevo a la década de 1990 en Italia, y arriesga el legado del movimiento anticorrupción.
When Sérgio Moro visited Washington, D.C. last July, the 44-year-old judge overseeing Brazil’s “Car Wash” corruption investigation was greeted with standing ovations and adoring questions. “Will you please run for president?” one Brazilian executive pleaded. “What advice would you give so we can have a ‘Car Wash’ in Mexico?” asked a lawyer. Well, what a … Read more