Hot Spot: Latin America
Bloomsbury Academic, 28. feb. 2008 - 288 síđur
From border crime in Mexico to Chavez's revolution in Venezuela, this volume presents up-to-the-minute coverage of the key conflicts, corruption, and revolutionary movements simmering or raging in every region of Latin America. In-depth, comprehensive chapters explore drug wars, immigration issues, terrorism, youth gangs, government corruption, controversy over oil, and political instability, including: The Zapatista Rebellion, the Darien Gap controversy, Evo Morales, Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso) and Tupac Amaru, the Falklands, and Guantanamo Bay.
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... Intelligence Office , the Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) , and other agencies within the executive office of the presi- dent . Threat - based information is then communicated to the vice president and president on a daily basis ...
... Intelligence - not the director of Central Intelligence , the head of the CIA . This means that the Central Intelligence Agency is no longer relied on to produce the strategic intelligence — the power to know the United States ' enemies ...
... intelligence reports of a particular hot spot , the easier it is to choose to exercise force rather than diplomacy . The problem for foreign - policy elites is not whether a threat is empirically verifiable but their ability to use a ...
The Meaning of Hot Spot Terminology
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