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Protesters cite the Pinochet-era retirement scheme as their top grievance. Fixing it will mean a return to basic principles of social security.
Chile's challenges are more than skin deep. As things stand, the political establishment will be hard-pressed to face them.
Demands in the streets can be addressed with the peace deal and social policy.
Demonstrations across the continent have investors wondering if the same could happen in Brazil – and upend the government's economic reform agenda.
A broad look at how we got here, from the director of the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University.
The crisis facing Temer’s government is symptomatic of a broader failure – with potentially grave consequences.
Peaceful protests almost always work better than violent ones - even against repressive governments.
The so-called "Tropical Spring" erupted, grabbed the attention of the world - and then disappeared (Or did it?). An in-depth look, nearly four years on.

Yesterday, hundreds of demonstrators protested at the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, demanding that the government take further action to locate the remaining 43 students that went missing on September 26.

Will the country make it to the next elections?

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