Tag: Chile

The Chilean Student Movement: Overcoming a History of Political Repression

by Cassandra S. Stedham -Editorial Intern- There is a certain aura that hangs thick and heavy in the Chilean air. I feel it as soon as I step off the airplane and during my taxi ride through the metropolis of

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Two Women in South America Are Presidents: Is This a Trend?

by Louise Belfrage News Editor, The WIP – Argentina – There were no people celebrating in the streets of Buenos Aires when Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner won the presidential elections two weeks ago. In fact, the otherwise ear-splittingly noisy city

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