Latin America

By Laura Ebert
April 2, 2012

The United States is taking its Latin American partners for granted, opening the door for other countries to step in.

By Kevin Blachford
March 26, 2012

On the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War, renewed tension with Argentina should make Britain wary of proposed cuts to its defense budget.

By David Schoeller-Diaz
November 14, 2011

The death of guerilla leader Alfonso Cano marks another setback to FARC, but Colombia still faces a complicated security environment that demands an integrated approach.

By Cori Sue Morris
Social Media Editor
October 24, 2011

A comprehensive history of Brazil’s environmental movement, from the Amazon to the urban jungle.

By Paul Lubliner
Senior Editor
August 29, 2011

Despite an increasing murder rate, Mexico’s war against drug trafficking organizations shows some signs of promise for the long term.


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