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    Crisis Management: Disaster in Chile

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    On October 13, 2010, thirty three miners of Chile were finally rescued. The men had been trapped underground since August 5, 2010 when a rockfall caused a tunnel to collapse. Since then, the miners had remained trapped in a collapsed gold and copper mine for two months. The miners were hauled to the surface by a specially designed steel shaft known as “Phoenix” capsule through 2,050 feet of rock to the surface. While the mission of rescuing was completed, the Chilean government has gained enormous

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    interests in Chile represented an estimated 90% of the country’s foreign investments. The rise of an ideological Marxist coalition led by Salvador Allende immediately raise concerns among U.S. security advisors, policy makers, and U.S. and multinational private industrial corporations operating in Chile. In an almost instantaneous reaction from the U.S, Covert Actions in Chile begun in 1963 and were carried out thru 1974 under the executive authorization of three U.S. Presidents. Interesting

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    Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism in Chile

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    Bureaucratic-Authoritarian governments, according to O’Donnell’s definition, are “excluding and emphatically non-democratic” (Collier 24). The case of Chile emphasizes the exclusion O’Donnell speaks of, most importantly after democratic processes in Chile came to a halt during Pinochet’s reign. The implementation of a bureaucratic-authoritarian government in Chile led to a positive in change in the country’s economy while sacrificing political involvement. To understand the origins of Chile’s bureaucratic-authoritarian

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    Augusto Pinochet

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    Augusto José Ramón Pinochet one of two dictators that Chile has ever had as a country. Augusto as dictator of Chile would be involved in the following: The Coup of 1973, his rivalry with Chilean President Salvador Allende, Operation Condor, and The Chilean Economic distress of 1971. Pinochet served as Dictator and as well as President. This all had taken place in Chile and through most of South America. His ancestry consist of parts of France and Spain. He would dictate for more than twenty years

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    that United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt provided during his inauguration speech at the onset of the Great Depression, while also describing the melancholy and hopelessness that many citizens felt. This sentiment, however, was not just confined to the United States—the impact of the Wall Street Crash of 1929 had also reverberated throughout Latin America, and very few countries escaped the ensuing economic depression unscathed, including the Latin American nations of Chile and Peru. However

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    Neoliberalism in Chile In this paper, I argue that Neoliberalism is the product of an extreme leftist movement and US intervention that Chile’s former dictator, Augusto Pinochet who ruled between the years 1973 and 1990, used to transform Chile into an economic power during the wound down of the cold war era. This essay first analyses the US’s fears of communism taking root in Latin America and the extreme measures the US took throughout Latin America in brainwashing military personnel and promoting

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    The U.S. and Pinochet

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    response to the success of the Cuba’s Communist Revolution, President John F. Kennedy initiated the Alliance for Progress to discourage Marxist revolutions and to promote economic and social cooperation through democracy between the United States and Latin America . All throughout Latin America during the 1960’s Marxism had become the central philosophy and the future of democracy in the region appeared to be greatly threatened. Chile was viewed by the US as the ideal model for the Alliance for

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    Augusto Pinochet

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    headline “Augusto Pinochet, dictator who ruled by terror in Chile, Dies at 91” clearly suggests that he was indeed was a traditional dictator. However, an article published by the BBC which entailed an interview with a Chilean woman states, "I don't believe the dictatorship was that bad". The dictatorship of General Pinochet has indeed been documented harshly by the American newspapers; however, there indeed is another side to the story inside Chile, which clearly states another view on whether or not Augusto

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    The Country of Cile

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    I. Introduction Chile is an up-and-coming political player in the global economy. It’s political history has been a root cause of all of Chile’s problems. New regiments and military control stunted its growth until fairly recently. In the last twenty-five years, the country was welcomed foreign interest and investment and has prospered as a result. Specifically, Chile has 22 trade agreements with 60 different countries. Chile has also gone a step further and is negotiating the Trans-Pacific-Partnership

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    attacks were made by foreign terrorists because of their foreign interests. The Chilean people have their own remembrance of a similar incident, but it was in 1973. On this day, Augusto Pinochet and The United States lead a coup that overthrew the president Salvador Allende, of the Chilean government. The United States government “supported, trained, funded, and armed military tin-pot dictatorships in order to defend democracy and the free market from progressive movements made up of the workers in

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