- Ariel Dorfman: Hacking of DNC criticized by Clinton camp as Russian interference aimed at helping Donald Trump
- He says Clinton, then, should also disavow U.S. interference in other nations' elections, such as in Chile in 1970
- Dorfman: Kissinger, whom Clinton calls friend and counselor, is infamous as architect of such interference
Ariel Dorfman, the Chilean-American author of "Death and the Maiden", along with a wide variety of other plays, fiction, poetry and essays, is the Walter Hines Page Professor Emeritus of Literature at Duke University. His most recent book is a memoir "Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile." He lives with his wife Angélica in Durham, North Carolina, and in Chile. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)The intelligence services of a foreign government meddle in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation, attempting to influence its citizens and destabilize that country's democratic process.