Brazil’s Vinegar Revolt follows an archetypal narrative of taxation without representation or social returns.
If Brazil is to avoid “cycling downwards” like other Latin American countries, political reform must move forward.
The basis of economic growth that raised Brazil’s living standards is now deteriorating, writes Michener.
A new transparency law aims to inform Brazilian citizens about how their tax money is being spent.
In Brazil cordiality can be a mark of chivalry, but it can also be a foil for a culture in which conflict is avoided.
Thirty-eight defendants are alleged to have laundered money to win votes in Congress.
South America’s biggest country needs a major overhaul of its transportation and energy systems.
Although it still has a way to go, Brazil’s moves to root out corruption and improve transparency bode well.