Perry Center Professor Speaks at LASA 2021 Congress
LASA 2021 Virtual Congress
02 Jun 2021

On May 27, 2021 Perry Center Professor Celina Realuyo spoke at the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) 2021 Congress on the panel titled “Intelligence Activity in Latin America: Trends and Current Challenges.” The topic of her presentation was “Leveraging Financial Intelligence to Combat Transnational Threats in the Americas and its Limitations.” The session was organized by WJPC graduates José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires and Carolina Sancho, Universidad de Chile. Other presentations included the following topics and speakers:

  • Brazilian Intelligence: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Marco Cepik, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
  • Intelligence in Post-Pandemic Times: Tendencies and Challenges from Chile: Carolina Sancho, University of Chile/ANEPE
  • Beyond the Intelligence Communities: A Private-Public Approach to the Provision of Intelligence: Antonio Manuel Díaz-Fernández, University of Cádiz
  • Brazil, 2020: Intelligence in Jair Bolsonaro’s Government: The Imperative of Change: Joanisval Brito Goncalves, Brazilian Federal Senate