David de Sola is a journalist and graduate student based in Washington D.C. where he is pursuing an M.A. in Security Studies at Georgetown University. He has covered local, U.S. and international news, ranging from the 2004 presidential election to the CIA leak investigation to the tenth anniversary of the Hong Kong handover to WikiLeaks. He has worked at CNN, 60 Minutes and Reuters, and been published in the Huffington Post and The Atlantic. Originally from El Salvador, he has a B.A. in history from Tufts University and a M.A. in journalism from the University of Southern California.
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“Against defenseless people there is not much that
nuclear weapons can do that cannot be done with an ice pick.”