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Brazil
How a retired Army captain rose from a marginal apologist for torture and dictatorship to a serious contender for Brazil’s presidency.
The federal judge overseeing the Car Wash investigations tells AQ what Brazil needs to further combat corruption.
Food critic Josimar Melo shares his ideal day of eating in Brazil’s largest city.
A wave of refugee and immigrant restaurants is changing São Paulo’s food landscape for the better.
The Brazilian attorney general who prosecuted the historic corruption case reflects on its lessons in this exclusive article for AQ.
Brazil’s biggest gang has expanded across the region. Confronting them head-on might just make the problem worse.
The startling find that revealed a grim and intentionally obscured aspect of the past.
Brazil’s sky-high cost of credit hurts the economy; lowering it could be an important step in boosting growth and jobs.
Jailing a presidential frontrunner is “not the Brazilian tradition,” for better and for worse, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Provided a moderate wins in 2018, Brazil could quickly regain some of the diplomatic heft it lost under Rousseff and Temer.

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