Rough waters ahead for Chile’s new government

The special report on Chile dives into Chilean President Sebastian Piñera’s upcoming challenges in Chile and Latin America. As his coalition controls a minority in Congress, the country faces international tensions emerging from the unpredictability of the United States’ policies, a tightening on immigration policies and an increase in requirements for migration, and increasing domestic protests amongst student, women, and indigenous Mapuche groups all across the country. President Piñera may have to align with a new, younger, left-leaning coalition called the Frente Amplio in order to restore some control in Congress, as he will need votes from the non-conservatives in government.

Read the full report here.