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AQ Podcast: The Race to Lead the New Chile

Chile's presidential race reflects a generational shift underway in the country's politics.
Nikita Kataev
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Change is in the air in Chile, with presidential and congressional campaigns heating up just as a constitutional convention gets to work rethinking the country’s political system. What can we expect from the November general election? And do the candidates promise radical change – or gradual reform? Adolfo Ibáñez University’s Isabel Aninat joins this week’s podcast from Santiago. 

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Isabel Aninat is the dean of the law school at Adolfo Ibáñez University and director of the Chilean Society for Public Policy

Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.  

Supplemental Reading:

Meet the Candidates: Chile

Today’s Young Leftists Care More About Chile than Cuba, by Oliver Stuenkel

Tags: AQ Podcast, Chile, Gabriel Boric, podcast, Sebastian Sichel, Yasna Provoste
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