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26/07/2017 | US - Why Hasn’t ISIS Nuked America Yet?
Graeme Wood | The Atlantic
There is plenty of reason to be confident that if ISIS could reliably and easily make a dirty bomb, they would do so. ...
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26/07/2017 | Why Police Reforms Rarely Succeed: Lessons From Latin America
Yanilda González | Insightcrime.org
As discussions about police reform abound throughout the Americas, Yanilda González, an assistant professor at the University of Chicago, examines the implications of Latin America's experience with police reform efforts for future such initiatives. ...
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24/07/2017 | Mexico Spyware Scandal a Gift for Organized Crime
Patrick Corcoran | Insightcrime.org
Recent revelations about the government of Mexico's widespread use of spyware to monitor adversaries in the press and the human rights community represent a gift for organized crime. ...
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24/07/2017 | US Southern Command: Evolving To Meet 21st-Century Challenges – Analysis
Kurt W. Tidd and Tyler W. Morton | NDU
Latin America and the Caribbean is the region most closely connected to our own stability, security, and economic prosperity. This is important despite the fact other regions often figure more prominently in U.S. foreign policy and national security strategy. ...
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24/07/2017 | US Moves Against Iran Raise Specter Of Wider Regional Conflict – Analysis
James M. Dorsey | Eurasia Review
US President Donald J. Trump. in a step that could embolden Saudi Arabia to move ahead with plans to destabilize Iran, has instructed White House aides to give him the arguments for withholding certification in October that Iran has complied with its nuclear agreement with world powers. ...
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24/07/2017 | Afghanistan: A Morally Corrupting War
Alon Ben-Meir | The Globalist
There is no military solution to the war in Afghanistan. The solution to the debacle lies with the Afghan tribes. ...
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24/07/2017 | US Military: Too Much Tactics, Too Little Strategy
Robert Llewellyn | The Globalist
America and its military’s proclivity for perpetual war – and what that means for the war against Islamist terrorists. ...
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24/07/2017 | El porvenir entre tinieblas de Mosul
Francisco Carrión | El Mundo
La lucha por ocupar el vacío del IS, la insurgencia yihadista, las relaciones entre suníes y chiíes o el puzzle tribal, los desafíos de la segunda ciudad de Irak ...
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23/07/2017 | Argentina - Seguridad y Narcotráfico: Impunidad conceptual
Laura Etcharren | Blog Laura Etcharren
La lucha contra el Narcotráfico es bienvenida y celebrada a pesar de la impunidad conceptual, del enfoque cuantitativo y de secuestros sintomáticos luego de confrontaciones mediáticas. ...
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23/07/2017 | Asset Forfeiture in Latin America: A Moral Dilemma?
Parker Asmann | Insightcrime.org
Asset forfeiture in Latin America can be a powerful tool against organized crime, but one fraught with legal and moral pitfalls. ...
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