Contributing Editor

David Landau has been a recognized writer all his adult life. Months after graduating from Harvard College, where he edited the Harvard Crimson, he gained international fame for his book — the first — about Henry Kissinger. Since then he’s been a publisher, editor, novelist, and playwright. He also has a specialty in Latin American matters. His publishing firm has concentrated on books about Cuba, and he has been involved in Guatemalan political matters for more than two decades — giving advice to politicians, making numerous radio broadcasts on Guatemala’s recent political turmoil, and writing dozens of articles about the country.

Barack Obama y el inmaculado genocidio en Guatemala

El próximo 11 de enero, a menos de tres semanas de haber celebrado el nacimiento de Cristo, el más famoso de la historia, el Gobierno de Guatemala tomará la dirección opuesta. Bajo la presión del Gobierno de Barack Obama, el expresidente Efraín Ríos Montt será enjuiciado nuevamente, y así se intentará responsabilizar al país por los infortunios de un genocidio que nunca existió.

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