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Security & Strategic Review - September 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

Corruption is sometimes envisaged as a static pyramid: a wide base of operators – bribe takers and payers – at the bottom, with a group of ringleaders siphoning off profits and controlling the entire process at the top.

Security & Strategic Review - August 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

Latin America is one of the most dangerous places in the world to campaign on environmental and land issues, according to a report by Global Witness, a lobby group.

Security & Strategic Review - July 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

US President Donald Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy, which led to the forcible separation of Central American families, was widely criticised both in the US itself and across Latin America.

Security & Strategic Review - June 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

One way of judging the safety of a place is to ask the local residents how comfortable they feel about going out for a walk at night on their own.

Security & Strategic Review - May 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

At the end of April Brazil-based Igarapé Institute, a think tank, published a report on citizen security, Citizen Security in Latin America: Facts and Figures.

Security & Strategic Review - April 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

Famously, the 1992 Bill Clinton election campaign headquarters had a sign up on the wall proclaiming “it’s the economy, stupid” – an exhortation to focus on what was seen as the top issue of the time.

Security & Strategic Review - March 2018 (ISSN 1741-4202)

The Mexican human rights lobby Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y Justicia Penal (CCSPJP) has launched another edition of what can be described as its dark best-seller – the annual ranking of the world’s 50 most murderous cities.