Honduras

Honduras Transnational Threats in the Northern Triangle

Perry Center Professors Boris Saavedra and Celina Realuyo conducted a Countering Transnational Threats in the Northern Triangle Seminar in collaboration with the Colegio de Defensa Nacional (Honduran National Defense College) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on February 23, 2017.  The seminar...

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IN HONDURAS, DIILS WORKSHOP INCLUDES MILITARY, HUMAN RIGHTS NGOS

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Perry Center co-hosts regional countering transnational threats seminar in Costa Rica

On September 7-9, 2016, the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies and Costa Rica’s Ministry of Public Security convened over 100 senior defense and security professionals from 12 countries (Belize, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala,...

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Perry Center Director Speaks at XIII Conference of Ministers of Defense of the Americas

October 19, 2018 Perry Center Director Lieutenant General (ret.) Frederick Rudesheim participated in the Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas (CDMA) hosted by the Government of Mexico in Cancun from 7 - 10 October. The forum was founded by former Defense Secretary William J....

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Perry Center Holds Hemispheric Forum on Evolving Threats in Central America

The Perry Center hosted “Evolving Threats in Central America: Forecasting an Uncertain Future,” a Hemispheric Forum that aimed to analyze regional trends and envision a strategy to combat current and future security challenges. Perry Center Visiting Professor Walter Earle led the discussion...

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Wilson Center Event on Migration

On March 1, 2017 Perry Center Professor Celina Realuyo spoke on U.S. efforts to combat human trafficking and transnational organized crime in the Americas at the Woodrow Wilson Center Latin American Program's event on Migration, Trafficking and Organized Crime in Central America, Mexico and...

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El ALBA, los Asuntos Militares y la Seguridad Regional

En América Latina, hasta el año 2015 estaba vigente un hondo debate académico y político, respecto de la fractura en dos de la región. Un bloque que colinda con el Atlántico, representado por Brasil, Argentina y Venezuela, desconfiaba de la globalización, otorgaba al Estado un papel de alta...

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The Rapid Evolution of the MS-13 in El Salvador and Honduras from Gang to Tier-One Threat to Central American and US Security Interests

The Mara Salvatrucha (MS 13) gang is now a tier one criminal, political, military and economic threat in the Northern Triangle. While it employs differing strategies from country to country, the organization nonetheless competes with – and often defeats – the state in important theaters of...

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The United States and Central America: From Stopping Communism to Stopping Kids

The Northern Triangle countries of Central America consisting of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras have the highest homicide rates in the world and are characterized by corruption, drug trafficking, and impunity. It is likely the 50,000 unaccompanied alien children attempting to cross into the...

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