A new pink tide: The return of the left in Brazil and Chile

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 31 Number 4 (2023)

A new pink tide: The return of the left in Brazil and Chile
Francisco Panizza, Diego Sazo pages 92-102


The left has returned to power in Chile and Brazil, but in each country, it pursues a different project. While Lula da Silva’s programme was grounded 
in the achievements of his previous presidencies, Gabriel Boric offered a vision which promised to transform Chile’s political and economic order. But while Lula’s inclusive, pragmatic, approach has led to some initial successes, a combination of political defeats and unexpected challenges have forced Boric to moderate his agenda and accept that political and economic transformations will require both pragmatism and vision.

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Francisco Panizza, Diego Sazo (2023) A new pink tide: The return of the left in Brazil and Chile, Renewal, 31(4), 92-102

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