New free trade agreement welcomed by Argentina and Chile

A new Free Trade Agreement between Chile and Argentina has finally been brought into place after over a month of waiting for Chile to approve the agreement. It is expected that this new agreement will increase the amount of imports and exports between the two countries. Exportation of Argentine gas to Chile is set to

Latin American former leaders criticise Pope’s Christmas message

A Christmas speech by Pope Francisco has not been well received by a number of prominent people across Latin America. In response to Pope Francisco’s annual Urbi et Orbi Christmas speech, 20 ex-leaders from across Latin America wrote a letter to the religious leader criticising his words regarding the situations in Venezuela and Nicaragua. In his speech,

86-Year-Old Tackles One Of The Seven Summits

Located in the southern Andes mountain range, Aconcagua is South America’s highest peak and one of the Seven Summits that form the highest mountains in each of the seven continents around the globe. Joining alongside Mount Everest, Denali, Mont Blanc, Elbrus, Kilimanjaro, Vinson and Puncak Jaya, it forms part of a famous bucket list for climbers

Robots Could Be Used To Increase Solar Panel Efficiency, Thanks To Chilean Startup

The Seedstars LATAM summit, which took place in Lima, Peru in December has been celebrated as brining together some of the continent’s leading tech pioneers. Among them, specialists from Chile, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia as well as several startup pioneers from central Europe. Chilean startup Osoji Solar was one of the organisations that travelled to Lima at the

Chile is not obliged to negotiate sea access with Bolivia after a 5 year dispute in the International Criminal Court

After five years of dispute, on Monday Oct. 1 the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled that Chile has the right not to enter into negotiations with Bolivia over contested access to the Pacific Ocean. This land dispute has haunted Bolivia since 1884 when they lost the War of the Pacific, which meant they lost