News & Analysis SEE MORE Hemispheric Updates Poll Tracker: Brazil's 2022 Presidential Election See how competition between presidential hopefuls is shaping up ahead of the October 2 first-round vote. Brazil Democracy & Elections Infographics Approval Tracker: Mexico's President AMLO Check support levels for Andrés Manuel López Obrador, now in the second half of his six-year term. Mexico Democracy & Elections Explainers Explainer: Abortion Rights in Latin America In light of Roe v. Wade getting overturned, AS/COA Online covers the expansion of abortion decriminalization in Latin America in the twenty-first century. Gender & Social Equality Health Country Argentina Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Haiti Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Puerto Rico United States Uruguay Venezuela Issue Arts & Culture Asia & Latin America Democracy & Elections Economics & Finance Energy & Commodities Entrepreneurship Environment & Sustainability Foreign Relations Gender & Social Equality Health Immigration Infrastructure Innovation & Technology Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption Security & Defense Trade U.S. Policy AS/COA in the News SEE MORE In the News Bolsonaro Intensifies Push for Military Support as He Plots to Undermine Brazil's Election "Bolsonaro thinks he needs the military’s support to survive, and possibly even to stay in office beyond January," said AS/COA's Brian Winter to HuffPost. Brazil Democracy & Elections Announcements In Memory of Pola Schijman It is with great sadness that Americas Society shares news of the passing of Pola Schijman, Americas Society's former senior director of special events. In the News El arte latino a la conquista de Nueva York "Espero que no sea una moda, sino un trabajo sustentable, solidario y permanente", dijo Aimé Iglesias Lukin de AS/COA a Agence France-Presse. United States Arts & Culture Press Inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org 1-212-277-8333 Podcasts SEE MORE LatAm in Focus: How Latin America Is Fighting Inflation Policy Center for the New South and former World Bank VP Otaviano Canuto explains how the region can avoid inflation déjà vu. Brazil Economics & Finance Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption LatAm in Focus: Colombian Voters Buck the Presidential Status Quo The Washington Post's Samantha Schmidt covers how runoff candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández are shaking up the political landscape. Colombia Democracy & Elections LatAm in Focus: The Once and Future Summit of the Americas It’s been a bumpy road to the June event in Los Angeles. AS/COA’s Steve Liston compares the Ninth Summit to past ones and charts a vision for the future. Democracy & Elections U.S. Policy Membership AS join COA join YPA join Videos SEE MORE #womenASCOA: NBCUniversal's Marcello Coltro on Amplifying Women's Voices and Being an Ally The senior media vice president and producer talked about how to engage male leaders on gender-equity actions and how to craft diverse TV programming. Gender & Social Equality #womenASCOA: Harness your Confidence as a Positive Force in the Workplace Representatives from City National Bank explained 26 habits women can adopt to be confident in the workforce during the Women's Hemispheric Forum in Miami. Innovation & Technology Latin America's Anti-Corruption Efforts: A 2022 Overview The authors of the 2022 CCC Index summarized its findings with a focus on the cases of Brazil, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. Dominican Republic Mexico Brazil Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption Americas Quarterly READ MORE AT AQ Why Foreign Policy Matters for Brazil’s Election Lula and Bolsonaro are both seeking to appeal to Brazilians’ desire for international recognition. Jungmann: There Will Not Be a Coup in Brazil An intervention is not being planned, and wouldn’t have enough support, says the country’s most recent civilian defense minister. Can AMLO’s Popularity Survive a U.S. Recession? Mexico’s president thinks his penny-pinching has kept the peso afloat, but the real support has come from across the border.