Whoever wins the Brazilian presidential runoff on Oct. 26 better be ready to kiss the ring of the PMDB.
The heated presidential race between Rousseff and Neves conceals the most important fact: There's not much daylight between the candidates.
The policies that helped Brazil to healthy growth over the past decade have lost momentum. The next president will need bold new ideas that look beyond the short term. Third in our series of Lab Reports on Brazil.
Brazil's incumbent is on track for re-election. But that's mostly because there's no one better.
In long-Catholic Brazil, the burgeoning evangelical population has become a dynamic political force -- and could even choose the country’s next president.
Brazilians want change. But they'll only get it if their new president can combine the urge to reform with the will to govern. The second in our series of Lab Reports on Brazil.
Brazil's woman-versus-woman presidential race suggests that feminism has triumphed. The reality is more complicated. The first in our series of Lab Reports on Brazil.
Why Marina Silva’s message resonates from the Amazon to the Middle East to the White House.
Eduardo Campos's death has left Brazil's presidential election up for grabs and the country's poorest region without a clear champion.
The Russian president's tour of Latin America shows that the leftist south still has love for Russia -- and the BRICS are willing to play ball.
Brazil’s stunning exit from the World Cup brings its other problems back into focus.
Failure in this year’s biggest club competition shows money isn’t everything.
Every country wants a Brazilian on its team, but what if he scores against Brazil?