Tag: Latin America

  • Catching the smugglers

    “We have many common maritime challenges.” CNO Pledges to Build Partnerships in the Americas Amid Drug Battle By Gina Harkins The Navy‘s top officer met with maritime leaders from across the […]

  • Soaring cocaine seizures

    Greater maritime presence for CG reaps rewards. Cocaine Seizures Off Latin America’s Pacific Coast Soar by MARLON RAMTAHAL The U.S Coast Guard has seized more cocaine off Latin America’s Pacific coast […]

  • Guatemala and Belize Territorial Dispute

    The late twentieth century saw a wave of democratic transitions in Latin America and Eastern Europe. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the former Soviet republics became independent states […]

  • Submarine Crime

    Submarines are the latest challenge faced by the United States and Latin American countries in the fight against drug trafficking. To Smuggle More Drugs, Traffickers Go Under the Sea By […]

  • Maritime Dispute

    The International Court of Justice could issue a ruling on the maritime delimitation question between Peru and Chile by the first half of 2013. Peru confident over maritime dispute with […]

  • OPV’s in Latin America

    The market for offshore patrol vessels in Latin America continues to grow and could become very lucrative over the coming years. Andrew Elwell examines some of the challenges in penetrating […]