With distinct objectives, Brazil and Mexico are increasingly open to engagement with China, which is happy to oblige in partnership with both economies.
To understand why some LGBTQ movements in the region have stalled —and to advocate for future change—we have to look beyond party ideology.
On September 7, Brazil’s Independence Day, right-wing activists and self-proclaimed Bolsonaristas rallied in support of President Jair Bolsonaro, his beleaguered administration, and his escalating attacks on the country’s supreme court and other institutions.
For the past year or so, quantitative polls produced by various institutes have been revealing the constant decline in Jair Bolsonaro’s popularity throughout various social and socioeconomic strata. However, there has not yet been conducted a study that comprehensively captures the feelings and perceptions of the Bolsonarista electorate in depth.