Posts Tagged: chile
American intervention was one factor leading to the Chilean coup—but unrest on the part of middle-class Chileans was another.
With the U.S. Congress deadlocked over trade, Chile's progressive new government may be able to win new protections and increase transparency in the TPP talks.
We don’t have many Nelson Mandelas left, and we don’t really like the more pedestrian politicians that we’ve been saddled with.
An interview with travel writer Michael Jacobs about his most recent book, "Andes."
As radioactivity levels continue to spike in Fukushima, Obama's support for nuclear power is unwavering.
What might have been a high-profile trip heralding a new U.S. partnership with Latin America based on equity and mutual interests turned out to confirm the same old top-down approach to north-south relations.
Gen. August Pinochet was Chile's dark sun.
Democracy, market forces, and religious apostasy aren't determining factors in the scores Chile and Haiti notched in this grim competition.
Two earthquakes have shaken the Latin American country. The political one might have greater long-term impact.
Chile has been a reliable U.S. ally in Latin America. The presidential elections might further cement the alliance.