Gabriel Boric’s Big Challenge

In word and deed, Boric embodies change. But this does not guarantee success. The new president’s legacy will be determined in large measure by how he handles the constitution. Here, he faces at least three difficult scenarios.

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The Chilean Constituent Assembly: The Identity Experiment

The 155 delegates to Chile’s constitutional convention share an obvious goal—drafting a constitution—but it is far from clear whether they share a common view on much else. What will their unprecedented focus on personal and collective identities mean for Chile’s new constitution and the future of Chile’s existing institutional order?

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