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Wilson Center cuestiona impacto iniciativa de seguridad

This article reviews the success and shortfalls of the Central America Regional Security Initiative (CARSI) based on findings unveiled in the Latin American Program’s recent report, “Crime and Violence in Central America’s Northern Triangle.” This article is in Spanish.

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El centro se ha tomado un año de investigación para  revisar ampliamente la principal estrategia de seguridad del gobierno estadounidense en la región centroamericana, la cual depende del programa del Departamento de Estado de Estados Unidos y que desde 2008 ha invertido $642 millones en  Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua y Panamá…

El Centro Woodrow Wilson plantea que es necesario lograr mayor protagonismo de los programas de la Iniciativa Regional de Seguridad de Centroamérica (CARSI) en la vida pública, así como aumentar la efectividad de sus  acciones.

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