The racial tensions in the US have emboldened both President Trump’s allies and his enemies
The images of troops facing off against protesters on US city streets has brought back bad memories for Ana María Careaga.
The Argentinian psychoanalyst was 16 and pregnant when she was kidnapped in mid-1977 by the military dictatorship. Careaga was tortured but survived. Her mother, Esther de Careaga, a close friend of Jorge Bergoglio, the Jesuit who would later become Pope Francis, was herself kidnapped and murdered by the regime.