The new constitution was rejected as an expression of the growing discontent among Chileans regarding the general direction of social liberalism.
Former president Lula is in the lead in the polls ahead of the first round of elections in Brazil to be held on October 2. These elections will be transformative for Brazil and will have ramifications across the globe.
About a third of the world’s lithium comes from Chile. The needs of the people of Chile seem to only come after the needs of the large corporations.
The general mood in Latin America is that the United States should not waste its time interfering south of its border but should, instead, spend its energy trying to resolve its cascading internal crises.
An interview with María José Pizarro, whose father, Carlos Pizarro Leongómez, was a Colombian left-wing politician assassinated in 1990.
The People’s Summit for Democracy Offers a Progressive Vision to Counter U.S. Dominance in the Region
Biden’s insistence on continuing the U.S. policy of exclusion and aggression against Latin America has made his summit a failure before it has even begun.