Dina Siegel Vann


Justice Delayed and Denied to Victims of Argentina Jewish Center Terror Bombing

By Dina Siegel Vann

Justice Delayed and Denied to Victims of Argentina Jewish Center Terror Bombing
A powerful bomb at a Jewish building in Argentina killed 85 people 19 years ago this week. The country’s leaders vowed to apprehend the bombers, but justice has never been done.Read More


America’s Hemisphere Of Interest

By Dina Siegel Vann

It seems that issues central to the American foreign policy agenda today are unequivocally and insistently pursued everywhere — except in Latin America.As Secretary of State Colin Powell stated at a briefing to Congress last February, America’s “top” priorities of a “more serious nature” — the consolidation of democratic regimes, theRead More






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