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A legislative push could end a dictatorship-era ban on abortion. But the effort to expand access has many opponents.
The pope calling gender choice “terrible” may slow the region’s fledgling trans rights movement, but a series of legal victories are cause for optimism.
The ubiquitous 'completo' epitomizes the fast food scene in Chile.
Exploring the German roots of some of Chile's most traditional dishes.
Human rights issues shade Obama's visits to Cuba and Argentina. Plus: Colombia faces peace deadline; Venezuela goes on a long holiday; and more.
Director Gabriel Osorio talks with AQ about working on a budget, winning his country's first Oscar and breaking national taboos.
Some reformers want to upend the system entirely.
Should the Golden State thank Chile for its agricultural preeminence? A review of "Strangers on Familiar Soil"

When Chile takes the field against Argentina in this Saturday's final of the Copa América football competition, they can do more than just win. They can redeem a "golden generation" that went before them, and make good on decades of missed opportunity.


Despite last month’s cabinet shuffle in response to a series of corruption scandals that have shaken Chile’s political establishment, President Michelle Bachelet’s approval rate has dropped to an all-time low of 29 percent, according to a poll conducted by Gfk Adimark.