Chile: Pork Sandwiches, Rising Rates, and Political Scandal

Beginning with a description of “the best real food I have eaten in Santiago de Chile in my three years here” and ending with the varied political obstacles facing President Bachelet and her corruption-plagued ruling party coalition, la Concertación, Tomás Dinges has put together a beautifully comprehensive look at Chile at the beginning of 2007 and how it got there.

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