Category: Guatemala

Wall Street Journal quotes Prof. Waller on genocide trial

Wall Street Journal quotes Prof. Waller on genocide trial Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 ARTICLES Publication Date: May 23, 2013 The Wall Street Journal quoted Prof. J. Michael Waller in an article about a Guatemalan court’s decision to overturn the genocide conviction of a former Guatemalan dictator. The rushed trial of 86 year-old Efrain Rios Montt, who ruled Guatemala for 17 years...

New York Times runs my piece on neo-Marxist war propaganda

Decades after losing to Ronald Reagan’s line-in-the-sand in the 1980s, Latin American Marxist revolutionaries continue their fight in a different battlespace: the legal system. Prosecutions of former military officers and dictators, as I argue in the New York Times, aren’t about justice. They’re about winning a war by other means. In the May 19 “Room for Debate” feature of the New York Times,...

Blinded vigilance: How Deutch and Tenet helped weaken the CIA prior to 9/11

by J. Michael Waller, Insight magazine, October 15, 2001 While the terrorists and their sponsors were plotting to hijack airliners and crash them into Manhattan skyscrapers and the Pentagon, senior CIA officials were compelling analysts and operations officers to attend sensitivity-training classes and sew diversity quilts. That is a fact. It also is a metaphor for why the United States, with...

Blinded vigilance: How Deutch and Tenet helped weaken the CIA prior to 9/11

by J. Michael Waller, Insight magazine, October 15, 2001 While the terrorists and their sponsors were plotting to hijack airliners and crash them into Manhattan skyscrapers and the Pentagon, senior CIA officials were compelling analysts and operations officers to attend sensitivity-training classes and sew diversity quilts. That is a fact. It also is a metaphor for why the United States, with...