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AQ Podcast: Why a New Chile Constitution Could Backfire

In our inaugural episode, a conversation on the risks of rewriting Chile’s constitution.
Nikita Kataev
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Polls show Chile wants to replace its dictatorship-era constitution. But is a new constitution what’s best for Chile? Patricio Navia, an AQ columnist and political scientist at NYU, says it’s not. In the inaugural episode of the Americas Quarterly Podcast, Navia joins Editor-in-chief Brian Winter to discuss why he feels that the process could backfire. 

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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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