The world's fifth-most populous country is one of the main prizes in a global tech encounter between Beijing and Washington.
An effort to expose state-sanctioned torture offers tools for stemming further impunity.
The possibility of an encounter between Brazil's Dom Pedro II and Frederick Douglass in 1876 raises questions about what might have been.
Brazil's fashion activist is breaking molds on the catwalk.
Culture wars – not free markets – have been the driving force behind Brazil’s new diplomacy. That could change in 2020.
Brazil’s military still plays a major role in Bolsonaro’s government. But after a wave of firings and public disputes, some say the relationship is in trouble.
A study shows 2,500 separate violent incidents targeting environmental defenders. The government, business and society must act.
The first of an AQ series revisiting the decade’s 10 most important stories, and why they really mattered.
Most Brazilians are unhappy with Bolsonaro. But that doesn’t mean Latin America’s protest wave will spread here, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Demonstrations across the continent have investors wondering if the same could happen in Brazil – and upend the government's economic reform agenda.


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