It wouldn’t be the first country to get stuck in the classic “middle-income trap”.
Scenes from Patricio Guzmán's latest film, The Cordillera of Dreams, "feel like a prelude to Chile’s recent outcry."
Protesters cite the Pinochet-era retirement scheme as their top grievance. Fixing it will mean a return to basic principles of social security.
Lessons from three decades observing the region's militaries.
Chile's challenges are more than skin deep. As things stand, the political establishment will be hard-pressed to face them.
Demands for broad constitutional change are not new – and politicians should have listened.
A referendum for a constitutional assembly may pacify the nation.
A look at where power could shift – and why it might not.
It's about more than the economy.
A close look at the country's top water-related challenges - and the government's efforts to address them.


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