Latin America’s Strategic Outlook:

 

Populist Politics, Health Concerns, and Other Security Challenges

 

 

Latin America continues to face multiple security challenges including natural disasters, infectious diseases, organized crime, terrorism, migration, economic development, and threats to democratic governance.

 

 

 

This April 2017 report on “Latin America’s Strategic Outlook: Populist Politics, Health Concerns, and Other Security Challenges” deals with recent security-related developments such as the Rio Olympics, the Zika epidemic, and post-Castro-era assessments. 

Table of Contents

Introduction

   Professor Yonah Alexander

Populist Politics

   Abraham Stein

The Rio Olympics and the Zika Epidemic

    Professor Gary Simon

   Professor S. Gerald Sandler

   Dr. Asha M. George

   Dr. Tara Kirk Sell

The Post-Castro Era: Security Assessments

   Professor Margaret Hayes

   Dr. Diana Villiers Negroponte

   Bruce Zagaris

   Fernando Jimenez


Latin America's Strategic Outlook: Populist Politics, Health Concerns, and Other Security Challenges
LatinAmericaStrategicOutlook.pdf
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