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Brazil & Southern Cone - June 2020

The June edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone is published as the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic continues to grip Latin American countries, with the region now the epicentre of the pandemic and yet to reach the peak of the outbreak.

Brazil & Southern Cone - May 2020

This May edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone is published shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared South America as a new global epicentre of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Brazil & Southern Cone - April 2020

This April issue of the Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone goes to press as the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has engulfed the whole region, monopolising the attention of governments as they seek to juggle a response to the public health emergency that the disease represents with the need to prop up domestic economies as they face a recession expected to be the region’s worst ever, according to the United Nations Economic Commission on Latin America & the Caribbean (Eclac).

Brazil & Southern Cone - March 2020

The March issue of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone considers a number of economy, societal, and security-related issues which will have been on civil society and governments’ agenda before Latin America and the world began scrambling to respond to the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic – although the outbreak was already bringing some economic uncertainty.

Brazil & Southern Cone - February 2020

Taking advantage of a slight lull in the social crises and political changes which have marked much of the Southern Cone recently, this February 2020 edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone focuses heavily on Brazil, on its economy and public security situation.

Brazil & Southern Cone - January 2020

The end of 2019 was tumultuous and eventful for much of the Southern Cone, particularly in Chile following months of social uprising, and Argentina and Uruguay, which both saw presidential elections, with a new government having already taken over in the former.