Peace Corps Safety Measures: Making up for Past Mistakes?

Peace Corps Safety Measures: Making up for Past Mistakes?

By: Melissa Beale, Research Associate for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

On December 21 2011, the U.S. Peace Corps released a statement declaring that it would be pulling out 158 active volunteers from Honduras in January…

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The Coyote

The Coyote

By: Trevor Cohen, Research Associate for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

The border patrol would like to claim that increased enforcement is the cause for the recent 24 percent decrease in the apprehension of undocumented immigrants….

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Latin American Growth Predicted To Slow Down - UN

Latin American Growth Predicted To Slow Down – UN

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Economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean will slow down next year due to the sluggish performance of the world economy and uncertainty and…

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COHA in the Public Arena (December 25-December 29)

COHA in the Public Arena (December 25-December 29)

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Article Links The Internet and Latin America: The Rise of the Virtual World and Emerging Cyber Security Issues – December  23,2011 By: COHA Research Fellow…

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The CARICOM Blueprint for Illicit Drug Trafficking

The CARICOM Blueprint for Illicit Drug Trafficking

By: Melissa Beale, Research Associate for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

Drug trafficking and related violence is on the rise throughout the Caribbean at a time that the region is being heavily influenced by organized Latin…

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COHA In the Public Arena (December 19-December 23)

COHA In the Public Arena (December 19-December 23)

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On December 19,2011 COHA Research Associate Courtney Frantz was interviewed by Voice of Russia on the TIPNIS controversy in Bolivia. On December 2o,2011 COHA Research Fellow…

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