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The discovery of a Brazilian terrorist cell that allegedly pledged allegiance to ISIS provides an opportunity for Brazil to address weaknesses in its counterterrorism framework.
Increasing threats from cybercrime in Latin America present the U.S. with an opportunity to show regional leadership.
The U.S. can change a historic pattern of irresponsible arms sales driving regional violence.
The former senator and FARC prisoner tells AQ why she supports peace negotiations and what she says to those who don’t.
​El concejal caraqueño Jesús Armas conversó con AQ sobre las condiciones de vida en la ciudad más violenta del mundo.
Washington's drug war distorts Central American priorities, but some homegrown steps are worth considering.
A tres décadas de las múltiples guerras que sufrió la región, en el Triángulo del Norte de América Central hay tanta violencia como siempre. ¿Qué se necesita para abrir una nueva era de paz y prosperidad?
Thirty years after covering wars in the "Northern Triangle," a veteran reporter returns to find several reasons for hope amid the violence.
Caracas councilman Jesús Armas talks with AQ about life and work in the world’s most violent city.
A small number of criminals and gang leaders have the power to control violence. Latin America should focus on shaping their behavior.

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