Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

Oscar Guardiola-Rivera teaches international law and international affairs at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has served as an aide to the Colombian Congress and as a consultant to the United Nations in South America. He has lectured in law, philosophy and politics on three continents, and is the author of WHAT IF LATIN AMERICA RULED THE WORLD?: How the South Will Take the North into the 22nd Century.

Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

Books by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera - History, Nonfiction

On September 11, 1973, President Salvador Allende of Chile was deposed in a violent coup led by General Augusto Pinochet. The coup had been in the works for months, even years. Shortly after giving a farewell speech to his people, Allende died of gunshot wounds --- whether inflicted by his own hand or an assassin’s remains uncertain. Pinochet ruled Chile for a quarter century, but the short rise and bloody fall of Allende is still the subject of fierce historical debate.