Argentina: Latin America’s New Leader in Counterterrorism

Argentina: Latin America’s New Leader in Counterterrorism

In an op-ed piece for the Gatestone Institute, Joseph Humire discusses Argentine President Mauricio Macri's historic step to officially designate Hezbollah as a foreign terrorist organization in Argentina, the first des

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Sobre democracia y seguridad ciudadana

Sobre democracia y seguridad ciudadana

La razón esencial del Estado: la seguridad de los ciudadanos La democracia requiere un sistema de contrapesos, controles y balances para su subsistencia y desarrollo. Por eso es que todas las democracias sólidas del m

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Harper gets it right on Iran

Harper gets it right on Iran

Can Iran really be a global partner in peace? U.S. President Barack Obama seems to think so. American and UN negotiators are in Vienna finalizing a nuclear deal with Iran. Whether you think this is a diplomatic victor

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Is Ecuador Waging A Stealth War On America?

Is Ecuador Waging A Stealth War On America?

Without firing a shot, Ecuador’s populist President Rafael Correa appears to be waging a stealth war on America. In recent weeks the Justice Department revealed Quito’s whopping $6.4 million foreign government lobby

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A Second Look at the China-Brazil Relationship

A Second Look at the China-Brazil Relationship

There are rumors that China’s President Xi Jinping requested the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) summit this year in Fortaleza, Brazil be held in July so he could attend the World Cup final. Accord

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Chicago-style politics wreaks havoc from Washington to Quito

Chicago-style politics wreaks havoc from Washington to Quito

What would President Abraham Lincoln say? If it isn’t bad enough that four of the last seven former Illinois governors were jailed for assorted crimes of corruption, racketeering and bribery, now the Land of Lincoln ha

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Egypt’s missing marker: Economic freedom

Egypt’s missing marker: Economic freedom

Much has been written about the Muslim Brotherhood’s disastrous influence in Egypt and the Obama administration’s unwise foreign-policy decisions throughout the Arab Spring, but both are merely byproducts of lar

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Threat to the Homeland: Iran’s Extending Influence in the Western Hemisphere

Threat to the Homeland: Iran’s Extending Influence in the Western Hemisphere

Joseph Humire testifies in a hearing by the House Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight and Management Efficiency on the "Threat to the Homeland: Iran's Extending Influence in the Western Hemisphere"

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