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Aug 10 2011

The Meaning behind Protests in Chile

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By Victor Figueroa-Clark There is an old Chilean saying that “no evil lasts a hundred years, and there’s no Christian that could stand it.” The recent protests that have spread across the country  mark the end of people’s patience with … Continue reading

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Mar 30 2011

A fork in the road? Chilean foreign policy under Piñera, one year on

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By Guy Burton Ideology or pragmatism?  A break with the past, or its continuation?  This was the fork in the road that Chilean foreign policy faced in March 2010 when Sebastián Piñera, the country’s first right-wing president since the end … Continue reading

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Jun 17 2010

Feminised International Politics: three cases from Latin America

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By Guy Burton What role and impact do women have on politics and international affairs? Nearly a century ago, when suffragettes demanded the vote, a number of assumptions were made about female political representation. They included the claim that women … Continue reading

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