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Security & Strategic Review - December 2020

Still reeling from the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Central America is now facing further devastation following the recent passage of hurricanes ‘Eta’ and ‘Iota’ in what has been the most active Atlantic hurricane season in recorded history - a phenomenon linked to climate change.

Security & Strategic Review - September 2020

In August, Ecuador’s government found itself dragged unexpectedly into the spiralling geopolitical tensions between the US and China, as a fishing dispute off the country’s Pacific coast escalated quickly, leading US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo to pledge protection to all countries whose “economies and natural resources are threatened” by China’s “predatory fishing practices”.

Security & Strategic Review - February 2020

As violence in Colombia has surged to the highest levels since the country’s 2016 peace agreement, President Iván Duque’s government has been unequivocal in attributing responsibility to the remnants of the country’s guerrilla forces.