A millennial journalist on how her generation is changing politics in the region.
Veteran politician Carolina Tohá, Chile’s new interior minister, faces rising crime and a government in some distress.
An overview of the president and key indicators in Chile
Public policy expert Isabel Aninat on what’s next for Chile after the rejection of the proposed new constitution
Voters showed that they want a new charter, not a new country.
After a three-year process, the country is left with a question of how to fulfill their previous vote to change the magna carta.
Proposals from both campaigns and an obligatory vote could still affect the outcome.
This article is adapted from AQ’s special report on the Summit of the Americas. Click here for the full list of countries. Chile’s youngest-ever president, the 36-year-old former student leader took office to soaring expectations in March. Boric’s election came two years after widespread protests over inequality, and he has promised deep reforms to Chile’s economic model and private pension … Read more
Chile’s young president faces sinking approval, as does the constitutional convention ahead of a critical September plebiscite.
Just days after his inauguration, the 36-year-old former student leader faces a challenging political and economic landscape.
The new generation must escape the pull of the established left and right – and resist the urge to dominate.
Chile’s president-elect announced a diverse cabinet with 14 women and 10 men hailing from multiple parties.
Chile’s next president represents something new in Latin America, a true generational shift. Whether he’ll succeed is another question, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Experts break down the winners and losers of the first round election.