04 Jun 2009

What’s Killing Chile’s Coastal Wildlife?

By Gideon Long First, in late March the bodies of about 1,200 penguins were found on a remote beach in southern Chile. Next came the sardines […]
22 Oct 2008

Is Chile Imagining A Crime Wave?

By Gideon Long It was, without doubt the most expensive pizza I’ve ever eaten. I handed over $150 in cash, a credit card, a digital camera […]
15 Jun 2008

Chile Mourns A Heroic Pilot

By Gideon Long The last thing Nelson Bahamondes saw before he died was a landscape of snow, mist and the lush vegetation of his native Patagonia. […]
19 Apr 2008

Paraguay Chooses Between Firsts

By Gideon Long For most of its history, Paraguay has been almost a caricature of the right-wing South American military republic. Its infamous 19th-century dictator, General […]