“Santiago Rising,” a documentary by Nick MacWilliam, is a powerful portrayal of the insurrectionary uprising that shocked Chile at the end of 2019.
A resounding majority have voted “approve” in the referendum on whether to change the Chilean constitution—which has its origins in the dictatorship—with a result of 78 percent against 22 percent who voted to “reject”. This […]
Jorge Martin looks back on the tremendous “Red October” that swept Latin America last year, with insurrectionary movements in one country after another.
Chile is living through an uprising against the regime that has been going on for over 40 days already. The conditions for bringing Piñera down are present, but what is missing?
One month has passed since an insurrectional movement began in Chile. The mass uprising has placed the reactionary government of Piñera against the ropes.
Chile is living through a historic mobilization of a level not seen since the protests that toppled the dictator Pinochet.
We publish here a document written in 1979 by Alan Woods analyzing the history of the Chilean labor movement, the period of the Popular Unity coalition government of Allende, and the brutal Pinochet coup.