As the world's powers gather for their annual summit, demonstrators denounce imperialism, austerity and more. A dispatch from Buenos Aires.
Forbes giddily reports on "Bolsonaro fever," while The Wall Street Journal endorses the far-right politician as a "reformer."
With the liberal world order in chaos, former White House aide Steve Bannon is attempting to unite neofascists from France to Brazil.
The candidate has drawn comparisons to Rodrigo Duterte, but that hasn't stopped big business from throwing its support behind his campaign.
Jair Bolsonaro has drawn comparisons to Donald Trump, sparking a #NotHim movement across the country.
Imprisoned on corruption charges, the Workers' Party leader has called on supporters to back former Education Minister Fernando Haddad.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva began serving a 12-year prison sentence in April after being convicted in a case linked to the country’s massive corruption probe. His lawyers have argued that he should not be jailed until all his appeals are exhausted.
The Wholesale Attack on Brazilian Sovereignty: An Interview With Former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim
One of the world's most respected South American diplomats talks about U.S. involvement in his country's democratic crisis.
Left-leaning parties like the PT face a conundrum in Latin America: that liberalism and its tolerance for political activity offer openings to right-wing parties that have no qualms about exploiting democratic expression in order to quash democracy.