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Join us for an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of Guyana’s unprecedented growth, regional leadership in the Caribbean, and position on the Essequibo region.
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A moderated discussion with two of the authors of the recently published English-language book Adversarial System Analysis of the Salvadoran Gangs which examines the organizational dynamics and evolution of the Salvadoran gangs. The Perry Center Webinar program brings together WJPC professors, its alumni network and the greater 
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A moderated discussion with guest speaker Lt. Col. Michael Jones, Executive Director of CARICOM IMPACS, exploring the development of the Caribbean Maritime Security Strategy and its implications in the region. The Perry Center Webinar program brings together WJPC professors, its alumni network and the greater 
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Join us for the first event of the 2023 webinar series for a conversation with Ambassador John Feeley on disinformation, the spread of false information and its threat to security and democracy in the Americas. A short, post-event discussion (Spanish only, no simultaneous English interpretation) 
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Join us for a discussion on maritime security issues in the South Atlantic.  This event has been coordinated in partnership with the Naval War College in Brazil and will be in conducted in Spanish and Portuguese with simultaneous interpretation. A short, post-event discussion (Spanish only) 
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In the next session of the 2023 webinar series, guest speaker Dr. Jesus Aveledo-Urdaneta, founder of Negocios USA, joins us to analyze the Caldas Corvette crisis within an international context discussing its political, economic, and social impact, and lessons learned. A short, post-event discussion (Spanish 
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A moderated discussion with guest speaker Dr. Robert Muggah, co-founder of the Igarapé Institute, to examine policy-oriented research on the relationship between climate and security in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Perry Center Webinar program brings together WJPC professors, its alumni network and the 
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