The neoliberal model implemented in Chile after the 1973 coup gives us hints as to what to expect from Brazil's incoming government.
Liberals have chosen neofascism over mild social democracy. They simply can't be trusted, writes Alex Hocchuli in The Baffler.
It was a bad week for dictators, and a good one for international justice.
Isabel Allende, not to be confused with the Chilean writer who also goes by that name, will hold the same seat her father did before he became the first Marxist president in South America.
Sept. 11 is not just the anniversary of the fall of the twin towers in 2001. Decades before, despotic Gen. Augusto Pinochet led a coup against democratically elected Salvador Allende on the same date.
A trial under way in Argentina is expected to reveal new details about how Latin American countries coordinated with one another in the 1970s and ’80s to kill political dissidents in a campaign known as "Operation Condor."
In Chile, where the average monthly minimum wage income falls $100 short of college tuition costs, students are continuing their winter of kiss-ins, marches and hunger strikes against private, for-profit education and demanding affordable state-run schools. (more)