I may be traveling but this is too easy to pass up. Chile and the U.S. signed a nuclear cooperation agreement Friday, in the middle of the Japan nuclear crisis. What makes me post now is that Chile posted the agreement on its foreign ministry website, but the link is just a graphic that says “Acuerdos Chile-EEUU,” which means “Chile-US agreements.” The link goes to a page with the nuclear agreement in English and Spanish, but the document is posted as a PDF graphic — meaning that it won’t show up in search engines as people look for the text. It also makes it impossible to cut and paste.
As a service to you and to history, here are the documents as searchable, copyable, pasteable PDFs. Enjoy.