The results of Chile’s constitutional convention election shook markets and left many wondering what it all meant for the country just as a presidential campaign begins to heat up. Many are hopeful, while others, like this week’s guest, Patricio Navia, have concerns. The political scientist joins AQ’s Brian Winter to discuss possible pitfalls of the new constitution, and why he is still optimistic about Chile’s long-term future.
Patricio Navia is a contributing columnist for Americas Quarterly, professor of liberal studies at NYU and professor of political science at Diego Portales University in Chile.
Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.
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Tags: AQ Podcast, Chile, Chile constitution