Toward a Modern Security Policy in the Western Hemisphere
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Contemporary United States security policy towards the Western Hemisphere has yet to achieve the level of strategic sophistication seen during the Cold War. Instead, much of our security orientation in the region has centered on narrow-bore, specific policy interests, namely countering drugs and terrorism, neither of which have improved the overall security of our partners in the hemisphere. In the meantime, physical security in the region continues to deteriorate. Crime and violence are rampant and transnational criminal organizations, drug traffickers, and domestic insurgencies continue to operate with impunity in many countries in the Hemisphere.
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Fonseca, Brian and Crowther, G. Alexander, "Toward a Modern Security Policy in the Western Hemisphere" (2016). Jack Gordon Institute Research Publications. 10.
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