US Foreign Policy

US Foreign Policy

Autumn of the Autocrat

Sarah Anderson
April 1998

Those who brought the suit against Pinochet, in and outside Chile, hope that the case might allow some measure of belated justice and ease the pain they continue to suffer as a result of the dictator's atrocities.

Clinton Urged to Criticize Pinochet

Kevin Galvin
April 1998

Supporters of Orlando Letelier, who was killed by a car bomb planted by Chilean secret police in 1976, want Clinton to speak out against the state-sponsored terrorism practiced by the government of former dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet.

Pinochet Still Stirring up Chile

Anthony Faiola
March 1998

Gen. Augusto Pinochet, one of the last representatives of South America's age of military domination, will retire Tuesday as Chile's army commander after 24 years.

L'Affaire Letelier

July 1995

Le 21 septembre 1976, une bombe tuait à Washington Orlando Letelier - dernier ministre de la défense du président constitutionnel chilien Salvador Allende -, et son assistant Roni Moffit.

Chile has not cleaned up its act

Isabel Letelier
March 1984

The Pinochet regime remains a repressive dictatorship with no intention of moving toward a return to democracy in Chile.

The Chilean Connection

John Dinges
November 1981

In the early summer of 1976, Col. Manuel Contreras, head of DINA, Chile's secret police, launched an operation to assassinate exiled Chilean leader Orlando Letelier.

Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

Jan Joost Teunissen
May 1981

A review of the book Assassination on Embassy Road, published by NRC Handelsblad on 16 May 1981.

Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

Herbert Mitgang
July 1980

A review of the book Assassination on Embassy Row, published by The New York Times on 18 July 1980.

Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
July 1980

A review of the book Assassination on Embassty Row, published by The New York Times on 10 July 1980.

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