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How a Change in U.S.-Cuba Policy Could Affect Chinese FDI

When Barack Obama announced the U.S. normalization of relations with Cuba back in December of 2014, the floodgates of expectation and conjecture were opened with abandon. Many believing it would bring a measure of prosperity to the broken Cuban economy. After nearly six decades of a contentious and frenzied relationship, it was inferred that a […] Read More »

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Joseph Humire talks about Venezuela

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J.D. Gordon discusses the North Korea threat

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Fernando Menéndez on US World Image

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Global Dispatch

May 2017 • Issue 4

Checking Iran’s Gambit: A Review of Canada’s Policy Toward the Islamic Republic by Candice Malcolm Click on image to download Dispatch This Dispatch provides an overview of Iran’s activities in Canada, including those of its proxy group Hezbollah, that led to Canada’s firm response in 2012. In detailing the steps taken by the Harper government […] Read More »

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March 2017 • Issue 3

Suriname: The New Paradigm of a Criminalized State by Douglas Farah and Kathryn Babineau Click on image to download Dispatch Paramaribo, Suriname—An isolated country on the Caribbean coast of South America, Suriname, has long been identified as an ideal “transit zone” for narco-traffickers and other nefarious actors. Its weak borders and corrupt government allows for […] Read More »

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January 2017 • Issue 2

Russia in Our Blind Spot: Using Intelligence Networks in South America to Infiltrate the United States by Ricardo Neeb Click on image to download Dispatch Russia, like the Soviet Union before it, is a source of expansion and aggression in Crimea, Ukraine, the Baltic states, Syria, and in cyberspace. These are regrettably only the visible signs. […] Read More »

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