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The recent death of a Chilean protestor at the hands of the police is yet another example of the country’s pattern of responding to civil unrest with force.
In his new book, Joshua Frens-String examines 20th century Chilean politics through the lens of food.
Recently declassified documents confirm what researchers have long claimed: that Australian intelligence worked with the CIA to instigate a coup in Chile during the Cold War.
The historic uprising against inequality reclaimed past struggles and forged new tools for present resistance.
The rules for rewriting the Pinochet-era Constitution set new standards in creating space for women, Indigenous peoples, and people with disabilities.
Decades after being forcibly separated from their mothers, children put up for transnational adoption under Chile’s military dictatorship are searching for their origins.
Chileans are determined to reinvent how democracy is practiced, starting with a new constitution.
As Chileans vote in a plebiscite to decide whether to adopt a new Constitution, authorities have cracked down on the artistic expression that blossomed during the anti-neoliberal protest movement.
Governmental failures to respond to Covid-19 only reinforce the demands of social movements in Chile.
In the laboratory of neoliberalism, Chileans are rejecting the commodification of humanity and widening the cracks that will tear the system down.