Chile

Foreign Affairs Article

What Really Happened in Chile

Author: Jack Devine

On September 9, 1973, I was eating lunch at Da Carla, an Italian restaurant in Santiago, Chile, when a colleague joined my table and whispered in my ear: "Call home immediately; it's urgent." At the time, I was serving as a clandestine CIA officer.

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Audio

Media Conference Call: Obama’s Trip to South America

Speakers: Julia E. Sweig and Shannon K. O'Neil
Presider: Anya Schmemann

From March 19 to March 23, President Obama will make his first official visit to South America, stopping in Brazil, Chile, and El Salvador. Latin American experts Julia Sweig and Shannon O'Neil discuss the Obama administration's goals for this visit and opportunities to strengthen the U.S.-South America relationship.

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Analysis Brief

A WOMAN FOR CHILE

Chileans will be led for the first time by a woman, socialist Michelle Bachelet after a presidential runoff Sunday confirmed she is the electorate's choice.

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