COHA in the Public Arena (May 1 – May 5, 2012)

COHA in the Public Arena (May 1 – May 5, 2012)

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On Wednesday, May 2, COHA Director Larry Birns was interviewed by Coyote Radio of Santa Barbara University on the implications of the events at the…

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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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Source: www.independent.co.uk

An Economy Blinded by the Sun

By: COHA Research Associate Amanda Knarr

It’s a Small World After All As globalization has carried with it a greater degree of potential for economic integration among different nations, the tiny…

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The U.S. Military's Presence in the Greater Caribbean Basin: More a Matter of Trade Strategy and Ideology than Drugs

The U.S. Military’s Presence in the Greater Caribbean Basin: More a Matter of Trade Strategy and Ideology than Drugs

By: COHA Research Fellow Alex Sanchez

Washington’s initiative to have access to at least seven Colombian military facilities has been criticized as an extension of the controversial Plan Colombia and as…

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CARICOM and Washington Commission a New Chapter in U.S.-Caribbean Relations

CARICOM and Washington Commission a New Chapter in U.S.-Caribbean Relations

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Another in a Series of COHA Caribbean-Related Reports For the first time in ten years, heads of state from the fifteen-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and…

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