Benjamin Gedan Interviews Argentina's Security Minister Sabina Frederic (Part 2)
The Latin American Program’s Benjamin Gedan speaks with Sabina Frederic, Argentina's security minister, about the role of the armed forces in domestic security, and whether rising unemployment and poverty could increase crime, especially after the coronavirus quarantine ends.
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