Writes on Iraq, particularly the Shi’ite Arab majority; Also Iraq — history of internal resistance and political parties Iraq — the 1991 anti-Saddam uprisings betrayed by the last Bush administration Colombia — US support for Colombian military and paramilitary death squads Guatemala — US support for Guatemalan military now running most of America’s cocaine Eritrea — a Marxist revolution gone awry Author, Hate Speech Study, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Project Manager, Latin America, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism; Washington Representative, Committee to Protect Journalists; Investigative Consultant, Arms Division, Human Rights Watch. “Painting the Maya Red: Military Doctrine and Speech in Guatemala’s Genocidal Acts,” U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, U.S. Committee on Conscience, forthcoming, 2009; “The Congressman and the Dictator’s Daughter,” Chicago Reader, August 25, 2006; “Is Jerry Weller’s Beach an Ethics Breach?” Chicago Reader, October 25, 2006; “The Untouchable Narco-State: Guatemala’s Military Defies the DEA,” The Texas Observer, November 18, 2005; “Iraq’s Forgotten Majority,” October 3, 2002, The New York Times; “Waiting for the anti-Saddam Revolt: Where is it?” April 11-17, 2003, LAWeekly; Forthcoming article in The Nation on Iraq’s Shia majority;”A Brave Guatemalan Judge Challenges Corrupt Brass Hats,” Wall Street Journal (August 13, 1999); “My Spy Story,” New York Times (February 22, 1996); “Arming Genocide In Rwanda,” Foreign Affairs (September 1994).
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