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Open the Files: A Chance to Aid Demilitarization in Honduras

by Adam Isacson, Susan Peacock

Sep-05-1997 | Policy Brief

Adam Isacson and Susan Peacock examine how leaders in Honduras, the only Central American country with armies to have avoided a civil war during the 1980s have been pressuring for an end to their armed forces’ dominance of politics and society even though no peace accord or other postwar commitment obligates the Honduran military to reform itself.... Read More »

The Intelligence Community: Time for a Major Overhaul

by Melvin A. Goodman

May-05-1997 | Policy Brief

Melvin Goodmen discusses the problems with the CIA and the need for a major overhaul in within the intelligence community now that ... Read More »

Altered States: Post-Cold War U.S. Security Interests in Central America


Dec-04-1995 |

Frick Curry provides a critical analysis of Post-Cold War U.S. security interests in Central America and how U.S. policy makers challenged to redefine U.S. security interests in a world devoid of a competing superpower... Read More »

Haiti: Success Under Fire

by James Morrell

Jan-02-1995 | Policy Brief

James Morrell discusses how the liberation of Haiti by American troops, an operation that was highly unnatural for Washington to begin with, is coming under increasing pressure from both the Republicans in Congress and right-wing paramilitary forces in Haiti. ... Read More »

El Salvador's Death Squads: New Evidence from U.S. Documents

by Lauren Gilbert

Mar-07-1994 | Report

Lauren Gilbert investigates the rash of killings in El Salvdor in October and November of 1993 of ranking members of the former rebel movement, the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), threatened to undermine El Salvador's hard-won peace and threw into doubt the likelihood of free and fair elections.... Read More »

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