On direct from Sao Paulo: Lula's conviction, Temer teeters, and Cristina's comeback

Brazil's LULA and Argentina's Kirchner make headlines

Christopher Garman and Daniel Kerner are on the ground in Brazil talking the fall and rise of some of South America's biggest political names: former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's conviction for corruption and money laundering, current President Michel Temer's own tenuous hold on power in the midst of corruption charges, and former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's return to politics (despite allegations guessed it: corruption). 

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As head of Eurasia Group's Latin America practice, Daniel Kerner helps clients make sense of the region's turbulent politics.