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Interviewing His Excellency Juan Angulo – Ambassador of Chile to India

In this exclusive interview, we have the honor of speaking with His Excellency Juan Angulo, the esteemed Ambassador of Chile to India. With a...

An Alternative Future: Buen vivir’s Economic and Political Implication in South America

An alternative approach of development stemming from the cosmo-visions of the Quechua peoples of the Andes’s sumak kawsay, the Aymara of Bolivia’s suma qamana,...

Balancing the Rights of Nature and Economic Development: The case of Boric’s Chile

Chile, under its youngest President Gabriel Boric, has taken a historic step: to grant a Constitutional status to Rights of Nature. But can economic...

The triumph of Boric in Chile and the opportunity for a new regionalism

The triumph of Boric in Chile is not only a political and geopolitical earthquake in fact is a triumph with high symbolic content in...

Gabriel Boric: The Face of New Generation Leadership

Gabriel Boric’s historic win symbolises the culmination of not only broader Chilean aspirations but also of its youth’s long withstanding struggle that began in...

“Dromopenia” and New Constitution in Chile

Daniel Noemi proposes the "aesthetics of poverty" from the "analysis" of the literary, in Leer la pobreza en América Latina: Literatura y velocidad (Reading...

Neoliberalism in Chile and the cost of human life

Neoliberalism in Chile has a long history of failed promises, repressive policies, and authoritarian ideologies that cost the lives of thousands of Chilean citizens....

New Constitution in Chile: From a protected transition to an agonic transition

A constituent process has been installed in Chile. On October 25, 2020, the date of plebiscite, the alternative "Apruebo" (78%) by a new political...

Chile’s plebiscite: Optimism, yet there remains a long road ahead to achieve social reform

In a groundbreaking plebiscite held on 25 October, Chileans went to the polls to vote whether to uphold or replace the Pinochet-era constitution. An...

Indigenous People in World Affairs

In late May, the world's biggest iron ore miner Rio Tinto legally destroyed two historically significant sacred caves in a Western Australian state, against...

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Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis

This essay intends to analyze how Ethiopianism (Synthesis) is...

Being “homeless” in their homeland: The locals versus development of Indonesia’s new capital

The development of Indonesia's new capital "Nusantara" continues to...

How Geopolitical Changes Influencing Africa’s Unity and Development

With geopolitical confrontation and tensions deepening, the key global...

Finnish bureaucracy beat Germany’s BASF, which announced staff cuts

Germany's BASF has announced staff cuts at its never-launched,...

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