Tag: Latin America

examine the PRC's expanding, increasingly self-confident engagement with Latin America

CHINA. Chinese Engagement in Latin America and the US Response – Taking Off the Gloves.

By Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security The work examines the PRC’s expanding, increasingly self-confident engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean, as manifested in the recent China-CELAC summit in Santiago Chile. China ready for battle for Latin America’s “hearts and minds”. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson […]

Latin America's history, a tragedy that went on for years while the world averted its gaze

ARGENTINA. Latin America’s history, a tragedy that went on for years while the world averted its gaze.

by Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist The New York Times: “‘Dossier Secreto’ is a sort of ‘Nunca Mas’ with a thesis. Like the Argentine report, this book by a former Argentine-based reporter for Newsweek and The Washington Post chronicles one of the grimmest chapters in […]

Corruption reforms in Honduras

HONDURAS. Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Martin Edwin Andersen, a former assistant professor at the National Defense University, is a national security and human rights whistleblower in the Departments of Justice and Defense.   Re: Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras Supposed “reforms”–seen as mask […]

Human Rights Craig Deare was hired by ousted national security.

US. Human Rights. Craig Deare’s ‘ethical and moral flaws’ make him unfit for NSC job.

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Martin Edwin Andersen, a former assistant professor at the National Defense University, is a national security and human rights whistleblower in the Departments of Justice and Defense. Michael Flynn’s firing as Donald Trump’s national security adviser after just 24 days […]

Human Rights China’s Relationship with Chile

CHINA. Human Rights. China’s Relationship with Chile: The Struggle for the Future Regime of the Pacific

Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security The article, based on research and interactions during my November 2017 engagement in Santiago. Though superpower diplomacy dominated coverage of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) leaders summit in November, China’s upgrading of a free-trade agreement with Chile served to […]