Gabriel Boric says the initiative, which will be sent to Congress later this year, is designed to boost the economy of the nation, which has some of the world’s largest reserves of the high-demand metal.
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COP27: Corporate Courts Versus Developing World
As rich countries move away from dispute-settlement mechanisms that give corporations power to block environmental protections, Manuel Pérez-Rocha says they keep imposing them on developing countries through trade pacts.
Chile’s Boric Addresses Ancestral Land Dispute
After eight months in office, the country’s progressive president began fulfilling a campaign promise to find a solution to the Mapuche Indigenous communities’ historic claims, Tanya Wadhwa reports.
Chile’s New Constitution on a Knife-Edge
The outcome of the Sept. 4 vote will not just matter for the future of the Andean nation, the authors say. It will also send a signal to progressive forces throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.