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Report.- Risk Rating Kidnapping in Mexico and regions of the world acc to german agency.

Report.- Risk Rating Kidnapping in Mexico and regions of the world acc to german agency.

EXOP’s Kidnapping Risk Overview provides a short global overview and trend about the kidnapping risk for foreigners and local staff of international companies and organisations. The Center for Research &…

Corruption impact LatAm, says U.S. 2014 Human Right Report.

Corruption impact LatAm, says U.S. 2014 Human Right Report.

The 2014 Human Rights Practices report emphasizes the impact of corruption in most Latin American countries, but in particular in countries where organized crime has a strong presence such as Mexico, Guatemala and Colombia. In Mexico,…

Terrorism and Drugs Trafficking: U.S. Congressional Hearings on Counternarcotics Operations.

Terrorism and Drugs Trafficking: U.S. Congressional Hearings on Counternarcotics Operations.

  In an article published last Feb 10th, in Linkedin, Jeffrey Thomas -Homeland Security Research Analyst- is informing about the main points from the hearings of the  U.S. House Foreign…

You need two to tango: with Mexico backing out, Obama is also downplaying narcotics as region’s overriding issue.

You need two to tango: with Mexico backing out, Obama is also downplaying narcotics as region’s overriding issue.

Last week, Mr. Obama returned to capitals in Latin America with a vastly different message. Relationships with countries racked by drug violence and organized crime should focus more on economic…

Bolivia and Brazil signed military joint actions, while Senator Pinto still in exile.

Bolivia and Brazil signed military joint actions, while Senator Pinto still in exile.

March 3rd.- The governments of Bolivia and Brazil on Saturday signed joint actions to combat drug trafficking and organized crime, protection of migrants and regional integration. The initiatives were defined…

Iran´s offensive in Latin America.

Iran´s offensive in Latin America.

    During the last six months, Iran is developing an offensive in Latin America.  Tehran views the latinamerican region as one of the main points to overcome its increasing…

Evo accuses Bolivian police of plotting coup

Evo accuses Bolivian police of plotting coup

Striking police forces in Bolivia have rejected a pay deal agreed upon by the government and union leaders, while President Evo Morales accuses the opposition of plotting a coup. Since Thursday, low-ranking officers in…

Peruvian taxi destroyed in old border minefield

Peruvian taxi destroyed in old border minefield

Chilean army explosives specialists recovered the remains of a Peruvian taxi out of a minefield on Saturday. At least one person was killed in the explosion that tore apart the taxi the…

Bolivian president defends coca leaf production

Bolivian president defends coca leaf production

  Bolivian President Evo Morales on Monday defended Bolivians’ right to chew coca leaves, the main precursor for cocaine, claiming it as an ancient tradition while insisting that his country is fighting drug…

23 Reasons why not decriminalize drugs use.

23 Reasons why not decriminalize drugs use.

The following is stated in the investigation made by the Norwegian Narcotics Governmental Committee  which members, more than 100 consultative bodies, has made a public statement in late February. The…

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