Book Review of Jorge Vestrynge’s “Peripheral Warfare and Revolutionary Islam”
SFS Executive Director, Joseph M. Humire wrote a book review for the 2012 Spring/Summer issue of the Journal of International Security Affairs. Mr. Humire reviews Jorge Vestrynge's infamous book on "Peripheral WarContinue reading
Iran’s Informal Ambassadors to Latin America
In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in India and Georgia, the Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has pointed the finger at Iran. This marks the second time in two months that Israeli officials have publicly alluContinue reading
Are Iran’s Terrorists Finding a Safe Haven in Latin America?
For some, the news that Iranian linked operatives came close to perpetrating another terrorist attack in this hemisphere came as a shock. For even more, the mention of Argentina as a secondary target and Mexican drug cContinue reading
The Fall of Moammar Qadaffi Should Serve as a Lesson for Latin American Dictators
Moammar Qaddafi’s reign in Libya is no more. The colorful, brutal persona, often more a caricature than real life, has at long last been exited—but there will be no mourning the day after. Crowds will not meet andContinue reading
Is a Security Tax a Good Investment for the Central American Private Sector?
A little over a month ago the Central American Integration System held a conference in Guatemala focused on regional security. At this conference, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, made the controversial statemenContinue reading