Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet has wasted no time since being elected in a virtual landslide a year ago to push through a catalogue of reforms. The socialist president promised in her election campaign to reduce inequality and to be more responsive to the popular will. And she is ramming through a change agenda against opposition calling for greater compromise and in the face of two debilitating financial scandals which threaten to undermine her leadership.

THE SUMMER months of January and February in Chile are supposed to be quiet while most of the country’s leaders are on holiday. But this is not the case in 2015. There has been scarcely a moment’s respite from a bitter, polar...

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Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
One of the objectives of education reform is to provide universal free higher education, a direct response to the massive street demonstrations by students from 2011 to 2013 which caused so much trouble for President Sebastian Pinera’s government
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