Chile Protests
It wouldn’t be the first country to get stuck in the classic “middle-income trap”.
Latin America’s protest movements look different from the inside.
A look at where power could shift – and why it might not.
“Nada nunca volverá a la normalidad,” escribe un exoficial brasileño.
"Nothing will ever return to normal," writes a former Brazilian official.
Countries are empowering generals to deal with critical policy challenges. They are missing the point.
It's about more than the economy.

Chilean President Sebastian Piñera sent a bill to congress on Tuesday to reform Chile’s penal code and allow harsher sentences for certain forms of popular protest.

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