I'm quoted in this Bloomberg story on the latest Chile-Peru flap. I've blogged about this so many times (here's one from seven years ago). What's really left to say? This particular dispute seems unrelated to resources--it's nationalism and symbolism. And this:
As international relations fray, the dispute may bolster the popularity of both nations’ leaders, which have touched record lows in recent months.
Humala had 18 percent approval in a Datum Internacional poll published Monday. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet had 29 percent approval in a survey by Adimark GfK published Nov. 4
The War of the Pacific just won't end! And there's nothing like a good border dispute to boost your approval ratings.