Podcast 5 of the Chile and Cold War Podcast series looks at the international reaction to the assassination of the ex Chilean Ambassador to the United States in Washington D.C. and how it reshaped Chile-U.S relations.
Podcast 4 from the Chile and the Cold War Podcast Series investigates the tense relationship between the Catholic Church and the Pinochet regime, especially under the leadership of Santiago Archbishop Raúl Silva Henríquez.
Podcast 6 of the Chile and the Cold War Podcast Series tells the story of Los Desaparecidos: The people disappeared by the Pinochet Regime in Chile after the military coup against President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973.
Podcast 3 from the Chile and the Cold War Podcast Series profiles the story of two Chilean ex-pats, who now live and teach in the North Country at SUNY Potsdam. They relate the gripping tale of their lives before and after the 1973 coup in Chile.
Podcast 1 from the Chile and the Cold War Podcast Series discusses the important role the Vicaría de la Solidaridad played in the protection of human rights and the production of arpilleras in Chile.
Podcast 2 of the Chile and the Cold War Podcast series discusses the events leading up to the controversial 1971 March of the Empty Pots and Pans, which protested President Salvador Allende's policies. This includes a discussion of who participated in the march, for what reasons, and the larger impact the march had on Chile.