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Investigating Operation Condor [electronic resource]: Controversy in the Fight Against Terrorism

In the name of the struggle against terrorism, a special operation - code named Condor - was conducted in the 1970s and 1980s in South America. Its targets were left-wing political dissidents, organized labor, and intellectuals. Condor soon became a network of military dictatorships supported by the U.S. State Department, the CIA, and Interpol. This film by Rodrigo Vazquez, a young Argentinian director, tells that story by following several victims of Operation Condor who are fighting for the truth, and by meeting key members of the Condor network who - after 9/11/2001 - openly claim being pioneers of the current fight against international terrorism.
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2003
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Venezuela [Sur]Realista [electronic resource]: The Republic of Hugo Chavez

In the eyes of his supporters, he has championed the rights of the poor and bravely defended his country's interests in the face of foreign aggression. Opponents have portrayed him as an embarrassing and dangerous megalomaniac, squandering the nation's oil wealth while bolstering his own power base. This indepth look at Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez explores his Bolivarian political philosophy, his adoption of "21st-century socialist" principles, and the challenges he has faced as a highly polarizing leader. Produced in anticipation of Chavez's bid for a fourth term in office, the film presents interviews with community leaders, political figures, intellectuals, and journalists, all of whom shed light on the complexities of life in Chavez's Venezuela - and the volatile atmosphere [...]
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2011