Category: Chile

Vijay Prashad: Meet the Communists Who Now Govern Chile

The new Constitution, which will be drafted in the next nine months, will have a progressive character

Ariela Ruiz Caro: Chile: the End of Neoliberalism

The political make-up of the 155 elected delegates to the Assembly implies the termination of the neoliberal model established under the dictatorship of General Pinochet

Noam Titelman: What Does Chile’s New Left Want?

The Left’s victories on May 15 and 16 showed the strength of the generation that became politicized in the 2011 student protests

Pablo Abufom: Chileans Voted for an End to Neoliberalism

Ten days ago, the people of Chile voted for sweeping structural reform and an end to neoliberalism. It’s one of the Left’s biggest victories since the end of Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship

Jumanah Younis: The communal cooking pot

In Chile, community food networks and mutual aid tell us that the revolution starts close to home

Patricio Zamorano: Chile is Reborn by a (Political) Earthquake that Emerged from the Streets

What happened on May 15-16 in Chile has the air of the refounding of an entire nation

Vijay Prashad: Neoliberalism Was Born in Chile; Neoliberalism Will Die in Chile

As a member of the Communist Party of Chile since 1993, Jadue is on a mission to reverse the course of Chile’s long experiment with neoliberalism

Carole Concha Bell: In Chile, a feminist green wave rises

As Chile rewrites its Pinochet-era constitution, feminists are seizing the opportunity to legally enshrine women’s reproductive rights

Charlie Ebert: Chile’s 2021 forecast: clouds of unrest and a drizzle of hope

Presidential elections, a constitutional reform process and rising social tensions: 2021 is shaping up to be a critical year that will define Chile’s future

Grace Livingstone: Review – Santiago Rising

Review of Santiago Rising, a new film which portrays the recent eruption of protest against inequality in Chile

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