This is a collection of Internet resources which hopefully will prove useful for this course.
Internet Resources on Latin America
- Andean Information Network
- The Andean Information Network monitors US policies and
their consequences in the Andean region with special
emphasis on Bolivia, and disseminates this information to
concerned individuals and groups around the world.
- Peter Kornbluh, Chile
and the United States: Declassified Documents Relating to the Military Coup,
September 11, 1973, National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book
- This is an excellent source of primary source materials documenting the
role of the United States in Chilean affairs.
- Archive articles showing how the Guardian reported the coup in Chile in
- Amnesty International
- AI's site documenting Pinochet's human rights abuses.
- Memoria Viva
- Archivo electronico de las violaciones de los Derechos Humanos durante
la Dictadura en Chile.
report: The Pinochet file
- BBC News Online records the twists and turns of the Pinochet case and unlocks
the dark secrets of the general's past.
- Bring Pinochet to Justice!
- A campaign by the Institute for Policy Studies in cooperation with the Transnational
Institute which in particular contains the Pinochet Watch newsletter and the
Dossier Orlando Letelier
- Fundación Presidente Augusto
- "Defending the true history" (in Spanish).
- Chile on UT-Lanic
- An exhaustive listing of links on Chile.
- Part of the World History Archives.
- Ariel Dorfman
- Chilean novelist, playwright, essayist, journalist and human rights activist
who was forced into exile following the Chilean military coup
- History of Chile under
Salvador Allende and the Popular Unity
- Frente Patriótico Manuel Rodríguez
- National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Books
- National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Books provide online access to critical declassified records on issues including U.S. national security, foreign policy, diplomatic and military history, intelligence policy, and more.
Search for "Colombia" to find several excellent documents on Colombia.
- Colombia Journal
- The mission of Colombia Journal is to promote political, social and economic justice in Colombia by creating a greater awareness and understanding of U.S. foreign policy.
- Center for International Policy's Colombia Project
- A comprehensive source of information and analysis about peaceful efforts to end Colombia's conflict and the United States' increasing military involvement.
- Terrorism in Colombia: Different, but Real (Oct 10, 20010
- Victoria Garcia and Rachel Stohl, Center for Defense Information, critique Plan Colombia
- Colombia Support Network - Human
Rights for Colombia
- The Colombia Support Network is a non-governmental organization striving to improve the
human rights situation in Colombia and build solidarity between the peoples of North America and
- Human Rights in the Country of Colombia
- Amnesty International USA country reports on Colombia.
- Colombia Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 1998
- U.S. Department of State report released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, February 26, 1999.
- Colombian National Army
- Web page for Colombian Army
- Policía Nacional de Colombia
- Web page for Colombian police (in Spanish)
- Pagina Principal de las FARC-EP
- Web page of the Fuerzas Armadas de Colombia (FARC), the main guerrilla group in Colombia (in
- Bienvenidos a Voces de Colombia (ELN)
- Web page of the Ejercito de Liberación Nacional (ELN), the secondary guerrilla group (in Spanish).
- Colombia Libre
- Web page of Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia (AUC), the main paramilitary group (in Spanish).
- “You’ll Learn Not To Cry”:
Child Combatants in Colombia
- Human Rights Watch 2003 report on children in the FARC, ELN, and AUC.
- Constitución Política de Colombia, 1991
- Colombia's constitution (in Spanish).
- Colombia: War without end
- CNN reports on drug war in Colombia.
- Colombia on UT-Lanic
- An exhaustive listing of links on Colombia.
- US/LEAP: Colombia: Murder and Impunity
- USLEAP campaigns to end the killings of trade unionists and end impunity and to oppose current U.S. trade and aid policy toward Colombia.
- Killer Coke
- Campaign to stop a cycle of murders, kidnappings, and torture of union leaders
and organizers at Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia.
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