John Dinges

John Dinges is a former managing editor of NPR News and professor of journalism at Columbia University. He reported from Chile and Central America for the Washington Post and other publications in the 1970s and 1980s and is co-founder of the Chilean investigative center CIPER. His most recent book, ​​Los Años del Cóndor, has just been released in South America by Editorial DEBATE (Penguin Random House). An English version, Hunting Enemies Abroad: Dictatorships, Transnational Repression and US Complicity in the Condor Years, will be published by The New Press next year.

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