Tanya Harmer: Thirty-Eight Years after Chile’s 9/11

For Chile, Latin America, & the world beyond, understanding what happened on 11 September 1973 has been a slow process of discovery, debate, & forensic science. Continue Reading Tanya Harmer: Thirty-Eight Years after Chile’s 9/11

Tanya Harmer: Skeletons of Chile’s Past

So does it ultimately matter whether, in the final moment of his life, Allende was killed or he pulled the trigger, and which gun it was that killed him? Up to a point, yes. Continue Reading Tanya Harmer: Skeletons of Chile’s Past

Obama’s Nuclear Initiatives: Neither “Sufficient” Nor “Bold”

From Shane J. Maddock, author of Nuclear Apartheid: The Quest for American Atomic Supremacy from World War II to the Present, we welcome this guest post addressing Barack Obama’s most recent nuclear initiatives. If you missed Maddock’s January guest post, “The Delicate Art of Nuclear Jujutsu,” go back and take a look.–ellen President Barack Obama… Continue Reading Obama’s Nuclear Initiatives: Neither “Sufficient” Nor “Bold”