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On SecurityJun 26, 2018 | 10:00 GMT
Anti-government demonstrators carry homemade mortars, as they stand near a barricade in Masaya, Nicaragua, on June 5.
Nicaragua's Hard Road Ahead
Negotiations have broken down, and the violence shows no signs of abating. Church-brokered peace talks between the Nicaraguan government and the demonstrators broke down on June 18 amid Managua's continued use of force against the protest movement. After taking to the streets in April in response to proposed social security
On SecurityAug 3, 2017 | 08:00 GMT
Bags of heroin, some laced with fentanyl, are shown at a press conference at the office of the New York Attorney General.
Mexico's Cartels Find Another Game Changer in Fentanyl
The cocaine trade significantly affected the historical trajectory of Mexican organized crime, providing cartels with unprecedented quantities of cash that they then parlayed into power. Starting in the 1980s, Mexican criminal organizations began fighting over the immense profit pool produced by the cocaine trade, and this infighting has continued in
PodcastsJun 2, 2017 | 00:00 GMT
A team of Japanese players represent their country at the 2017 World Baseball Classic in 2017.
The Geopolitics of Baseball
We explore the geopolitics of baseball with Professors Tolga Ozyurtcu and Thomas Hunt from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at The University of Texas at Austin.
Partner PerspectivesMay 3, 2017 | 19:26 GMT
Peru’s Lessons in the Art of Anti-Government Dissent
Art collectives and other activist groups in Peru have long been pioneers in developing innovative forms of protest featuring creative symbolism. March 22, International Fight for Water Day, saw 40 mud-covered protesters marching in slow, silent unison to the National Confederation of Private Business Institutions (CONFIEP). Blocking traffic and attracting press, security and at one stage armed police, Lima performance art group Rastro created an uncomfortable lunch break in the corporate heart of the city.
On SecurityFeb 2, 2017 | 08:01 GMT
Investigators work a crime scene in Cancun, Mexico, where a gunfight erupted on Jan. 17.
Mexico's Cartels Will Continue to Splinter in 2017
Stratfor has tracked Mexico's drug cartels for over a decade. For most of that time, our annual forecasts focused on the fortunes and prospects of each trafficking organization. But as Mexican organized crime groups have gradually fractured and fallen apart -- a process we refer to as balkanization -- we have had to refine the way we think about them.
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