In “The Unregulated and Threatening Growth of Private Security in Latin America and the Caribbean,” Adam Blackwell, current Secretary for Multidimensional Security at the OAS, discusses the problems associated with private security throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
Adam Blackwell, highlights the contributions made by the Secretariat for Multidimensional Security (SMS) at the OAS. According to Blackwell, the Secretariat has achieved significant accomplishments in the areas of narcotics, gangs and gang violence, de-mining and firearms reduction, cyber security, and nurturing the growth of AMERIPOL.
Report from the 2014 Wilson Center - CAF event in Monterrey, Mexico on citizen security at the local level in Mexico. (In Spanish, Executive Summary also available)
Report from the 2014 conference in Salta, Argentina on citizen security at the local level. (In Spanish)
This article is based in large part on a conference organized in April 2015 by the Kennan Institute, in partnership with, and with financial support from, the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, to explore the history, effectiveness, and evolution of sanctions as a tool of American foreign policy.
Yogesh Joshi explores how new archival evidence from the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library on the 1974 PNE and the origins of India's nuclear submarine program can inform strategic discourse on India's nuclear weapons program.
Graduate student researchers at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs partnered with the Latin American Program developed report on youth repatriation in Guatemala after fieldwork and research was carried out to answer the question: What happens to repatriated Guatemalan migrant youth after they are returned?
Latin American companies have been growing in size and presence abroad, creating the phenomenon of multilatinas. With 18 multilatinas, Mexico is one of the top countries in the region in terms of FDI outflows. This paper offers a detailed analysis of factors that have driven the rise of multilatinas.
Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side is the first book on social responsibility on the Internet. It aims to strike a balance between the free speech principle and the responsibilities of the individual, corporation, state, and the international community.
This paper offers a detailed analysis of the internal and external economic factors that have facilitated the rise of multilatinas in recent years.