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Public security

Mexican elections: It’s the insecurity, stupid!

Although different authorities deny it or reduce it to local rather than national impacts, everything indicates that next June's results will be strongly shaped by a desire for survival.

The return of the militarization of public security in Honduras

While "iron fist" policies are not a novelty in Honduras, but the decision to militarize public security and the implementation of this kind of measure have aroused the concern of the international community.

How does insecurity affect a president’s popularity?

For some time now, insecurity and the feeling of imminent threat or violence have become for those in power a threat to their authority.

The Strategic Breakdown of Colombia’s Military Forces

An essential factor of human and multidimensional security has been neglected: controlling the territory and preventing the population from being encircled by criminals.