The Brazilian Report is an independent media outlet uniquely positioned to offer an insider’s view on current affairs in Brazil.
What to make of South America's Super Sunday
Elections in Ecuador and Peru were filled with surprises. Latin America correspondent Lucas Berti breaks down what they mean for the region.
A Brazilian vaccine on the way?
With coronavirus deaths on the rise, a massive vaccination campaign seems to be Brazil's only way out of the pandemic crisis. President Jair Bolsonaro and São Paulo Governor João Doria are in a race toward the first coronavirus vaccine fully produced in Brazil.
When political crisis becomes military crisis
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro carried out a massive cabinet reshuffle on Monday, raising fears that his administration could take an undemocratic turn.
RIP Car Wash, Part 2: Clash of titans
Lula has regained his political rights and is set to face off against Bolsonaro next year. What can we expect from this clash of titans?
RIP Car Wash, Part 1: A tarnished legacy
The Supreme Court ruled that Sérgio Moro — the former judge who led Op. Car Wash — was biased in his trial of former President Lula. The judicial achievements of the anti-corruption task force are being undone, but what legacy does it leave behind?
Four ministers and 280,000 funerals
President Jair Bolsonaro has changed Health Ministers for the third time since the start of the pandemic. Army General Eduardo Pazuello is out, cardiologist and ally Marcelo Queiroga is in.
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