Category: Chile

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Lucas Koerner: Media Conceal Chile’s State Criminality, Delegitimize Bolivian Democracy

The coverage of Chile’s uprising proves once again that criminality on the part of Western states and their clients is perfectly palatable to corporate journalists whose atrocity, Michael Parenti observes, is always “against the truth.”

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Medea Benjamin: Neoliberalism’s children rise up to demand justice in Chile and the world

Chile may be leading the way to a global political and economic revolution.

Noam Titelman: Fire and Fury in the Chilean “Oasis”

Chile’s new generations have become politicized in fragmented protests, marked by cathartic moments of social explosion and the collapse of some pillars that were supposed to be unmovable. The protests sparked by metro fare hikes are the latest chapter exploring the limits of what’s possible.

Caroline Kim: Chile: Neoliberal Anguish Explodes Public Space

This movement is a struggle to take back our lives from the market and to recover sovereignty over our lives, our bodies, our time, our territories. The feminist dimension of everything is rooted there

Pablo Abufom: “30 Years of a Social Crisis”

Interview on the protests in Chile

Andrew Conca-Cheng: The Reality in Chile

As protests continue in Chile over systemic inequality, the government is resorting to tactics not seen since the dictatorship

Macarena Gómez-Barris: One Million Take to Streets of Chile

“Largest Mobilization Since the End of Dictatorship”

Danica Jorden: Chileans Revolt After Being Told “Get Up Earlier”

The privatization of utilities, deregulation of economic and environmental protections and unrestrained market forces offer a freedom only the rich can enjoy

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Lucas Koerner: Whitewashing Neoliberal Repression in Chile and Ecuador

If the first casualty of war is truth, its self-anointed purveyors in the international media have much blood on their hands indeed

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Bree Busk: Chile’s feminist movement is here to stay

Over the course of 2018, Chilean feminists established their movement through student resistance and the transnational fight for legal abortion

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