A secretive deal brought Paraguay’s president dangerously close to impeachment – and risks splattering into Brazil.
The agreement with the European Union means more than trading with Europe.
Dr. José Gaspar de Francia turned 19th-century Paraguay into an authoritarian hermit state.
The ruling party held the presidency, but a close race and poor turnout suggest challenges ahead.
Directors Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schémbori explore one of Paraguay's most baffling obsessions.
While less dramatic than in the rest of Latin America, there is a transformation in Paraguay led by those born in the late 1970s and 1980s.
In an election that could decide the next presidency, voters will judge an unpopular president’s legacy.
A 2012 shooting of landless campesinos and police – and its flawed investigation – continues to trouble Paraguay with its political and social repercussions.
The government has launched a probe of widespread sexual abuse during the last dictatorship. Will it be successful?
The first-ever Guaraní translation of Don Quixote was recently completed, part of a growing effort by scholars and officials to embrace Paraguay’s indigenous language.


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