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Transregional Threats Journal

Killer Drones: How Commercial Drones are Changing the International Security Environment

Killer Drones: How Commercial Drones are Changing the International Security Environment

As of 2022, there are more than half a million drones in private hands in the US alone and the global market is expected to grow to reach nearly $43 billion in 2024 from drone sales.

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The Struggle for the Soul of the Latin American Left

The Struggle for the Soul of the Latin American Left

Will Latin America’s left go the direction of authoritarianism, like Venezuela and Nicaragua, or seek to maintain the democratic institutions that afford the losing side the opportunity to regain political power.

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The Venezuelan Conundrum: Why negotiations continue to fail

The Venezuelan Conundrum: Why negotiations continue to fail

A new SFS publication contextualizing our geopolitical expertise for local and state audiences. Our sixth issue delves into the vicious cycle of sham elections that make negotiations largely ineffective. This is fueled by the Maduro regime's complex, adaptive threat network.

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Weaponizing Networks (part one): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack on Texas

Weaponizing Networks (part one): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack on Texas

A new SFS publication contextualizing our geopolitical expertise for local and state audiences. Our fifth issue delves into the Bolivarian threat network that has penetrated Texas through Venezuelan illicit drug networks and legitimate oil networks to tap into the core of economic and political influence in the Lone Star State.

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Venezuela’s Crime-Terrorist Convergence

Venezuela’s Crime-Terrorist Convergence

A new SFS publication contextualizing our geopolitical expertise for local and state audiences. Our fourth issue delves into convergence within the Maduro regime and how this convergence is layered over an anti-Western ideology that has developed asymmetric tools that play to the benefit of Russia, China, and Iran's global interests.

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How Maduro’s crime-terror networks could use national protests to threaten the U.S.

A new SFS publication contextualizing our geopolitical expertise for local and state audiences. Our third issue delves into convergence within the Maduro regime and how the regime could weaponize national protests to threaten the U.S.

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Why Texas should be wary of Mexico’s AMLO

Why Texas should be wary of Mexico’s AMLO

A new SFS publication contextualizing our geopolitical expertise for local and state audiences. Our second issue delves into Mexico's President AMLO and his relationship with Maduro and the Bolivarian Alliance.

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