Category: Chile

David Duhalde: A Tale of Two September 11ths

Not only am I here because of the Chilean September 11, but I am also in the Democratic Socialists of America because of it

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Bree Busk: Defending the legacy of Chile’s 2019 uprising

The social movement left is having an outsized impact on Chile’s Constitutional Convention — combined with pressure from the streets, another Chile is possible

Yoel Bitran: Union Hopes High as Chileans Rewrite Anti-Labor Constitution

A new constitution could open the door for a radical transformation of the labor movement and increased bargaining power for Chile’s working class

Yoel Bitran: Union Hopes High as Chileans Rewrite Anti-Labor Constitution

What is undeniable is that this fight is just beginning, and Chilean workers and unions will need to do everything in their power to make sure this opportunity becomes a reality

John Bartlett: Boric wins Chile presidential primary as protest generation takes center stage

Former student leader becomes candidate for leftwing coalition and vows to fight Pinochet-era economics

Carole Concha Bell: First Indigenous Woman to Preside Over Chilean Constitutional Assembly Rocks Establishment

Chile’s path to transformation can be directly attributed to grassroots organizing and relentless demands for fundamental change

Steve Sweeney: Chile can ‘bury neoliberalism’ with the election of Daniel Jadue

Daniel Jadue, an architect who is of Palestinian origin, has promised deep changes in the country if he is elected president in what could be an epoch-defining poll

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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

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