Will Wright's career spans five decades, reporting from Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America, and in the U.S. for various news organizations, including National Public Radio, Associated Press and United Press International; writing commentary for major newspapers and websites; handling public relations for major financial institutions, including the New York Stock Exchange, and teaching at U.S. universities and colleges. His reporting includes the 2000 U.S. presidential election; U.S. invasion of Panama; Falklands War; civil war in Central America; human rights abuses in Pinochet's Chile, Noriega's Panama, Franco's Spain, Salazar's Portual, and junta-ruled Argentina; sectarian war in Northern Ireland; independence wars in colonial Africa; Winston Churchill's passing; Judy Garland's death; the San Ysidro, Calif., McDonald massacre, then the largest single-gunman shooting in U.S. history. His commentary includes a broad range of topics, including the attacks of Sept. 11, bombing of the USS Cole; the Bush and Gore 2000 presidential campaigns. Email him at willwright674@yahoo.com, follow him on Twitter at willsquill.