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the Facts 2001-2002: A Quick Tour of U.S. Defense and Security Relations With
Latin America and the Caribbean.
update from the Latin America Working Group
for International Policy
CIP military aid monitoring project.
Isacson & Joy Olson. Adam is an CIP Associate and coordinates
the demilitarization program.
document is in (PDF) format. If you do not have Acrobat Reader you can
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is a project that began in 1993 with Oscar Arias.
CIP’s Demilitarization Program works for U.S. policies that encourage
healthy civil-military relations, cooperative security, and respect for human
rights in Latin America and the Caribbean. We oppose irresponsible policies that
risk worsening conflict and strengthening militaries at civil society's expense.
work involves cutting-edge research on the U.S.-Latin American military
relationship and security developments in the region; conferences, delegations,
and other efforts to educate policymakers and the public; and close
collaboration with non-governmental counterparts in Washington and Latin America.
Revista INTER-FORUM is affiliated with (ICCAP)
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