John Dinges, Columbia University

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Journalism Professor Emeritus New York City, New York jcd35@columbia.edu

Bio/Research

Dinges heads the journalism school’s radio curriculum, which he revamped to emphasize public radio journalism. A former managing editor of National Public Radio, he is an investigative journalist with expertise in U.S.-Latin American relations (specifically Chile, Argentina, Panama, Venezuela and...

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Bio/Research

Dinges heads the journalism school’s radio curriculum, which he revamped to emphasize public radio journalism. A former managing editor of National Public Radio, he is an investigative journalist with expertise in U.S.-Latin American relations (specifically Chile, Argentina, Panama, Venezuela and Guatemala), human rights, international terrorism, and prosecutions of human rights crimes of the 1970s. He is the author of The Condor Years: How Pinochet and his Allies Brought Terrorism to Three Continents; Our Man in Panama: The Shrewd Rise and Brutal Fall of Manuel Noriega; and Assassination on Embassy Row.

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