Bolivia

Chile not obliged to negotiate sea access with Bolivia: ICJ

Ruling frustrates hopes to resolve a bitter 135-year dispute between the two Latin American neighbours.

Chile not obliged to negotiate sea access with Bolivia: ICJ

Chile

Is Pinochet's shadow over Chile beginning to recede?

It's been 45 years since Pinochet took power. While some view the leader positively, others search for the disappeared.

Is Pinochet's shadow over Chile beginning to recede?

Latin America

Chile: Conservative Pinera sworn in for second term as president

The billionaire has vowed to revive an economy that has slumped under outgoing center-left leader Michelle Bachelet.

Women's Rights

Will Chile's president-elect repeal a new abortion law?

Women's rights groups worry that the conservative president-elect will try to block the country's new abortion law.

What will Pinera's win mean for Chile's abortion law?

Chile

Conservative Pinera wins Chile's presidential election

Chile is the latest Latin America country to shift to the right after billionaire businessman wins presidential runoff.

Chile

Chileans vote in tight presidential election

After a shock first round, the race for Chile's presidency is 'completely open', analysts say.

The Far Right

Far right gains momentum in Chile's presidential elections

A far-right political party in Chile is expected to play a key role in determining the winner of Sunday's presidential runoff.

Chile

Chile heads to presidential vote run-off in December

Conservative Sebastian Pinera will face socialist Alejandro Guiller after neither candidate wins 50 percent of the vote.

Sebastian Pinera to face Alejandro Guillier in run-off