Chile Could Become “Plurinational.” What Does That Mean?
AQ demystifies the term and how it’s been applied elsewhere in Latin America, as a vote on Chile’s new constitution approaches.
When Chile’s Indigenous Made the Spanish Back Down
Behind today’s conflict in southern Chile is a long history of resistance to outsiders, a historian writes.
A Challenging Start for Gabriel Boric
Chile’s young president faces sinking approval, as does the constitutional convention ahead of a critical September plebiscite.
A Prestigious Award for Chile Is a Headache for Piñera
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The Goldman Prize was just awarded to Alberto Curamil, a jailed Chilean environmental activist, shining a spotlight on Chile’s policies in the Araucanía.