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Latin America

Project Title Publication Date START Authors Publication Type
Cooperation and Drug Policies: Trends in Peru in the Twenty-First Century December 2014 Koven, Barnett S. Book Chapter
Countering the Inhumane: Modeling Probable Pathways for Human Smuggling and Trafficking Along the U.S.-Mexico Border May 2015 Behlendorf, Brandon; Zhuang, Jun; Johns, Mila Research Brief
Demystifying Gray Zone Conflict: A Typology of Conflict Dyads and Instruments of Power in Colombia, 2002-present December 2016 Koven, Barnett Research Brief
Emulating U.S. Counterinsurgency Doctrine: Barriers for Developing Country Forces, Evidence from Peru April 2016 Koven, Barnett S. Journal Article
Enemies with Benefits? Violent Rivalry and Terrorist Group Longevity January 2015 Phillips, Brian Journal Article
How Does Leadership Decapitation Affect Violence? The Case of Drug Trafficking Organizations in Mexico April 2015 Phillips, Brian Journal Article
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and the Future of Peruvian Security June 2016 Koven, Barnett S. Journal Article
Peru Conflict Profile April 2015 Koven, Barnett S. Book Chapter
Review of Daniel Brinks, The Judicial Response to Politics Killings in Latin America: Inequality and the Rule of Law August 2008 Arias, Enrique Book Review
The Evolution of Peru’s Shining Path and the New Security Priorities in the Hemisphere February 2015 Koven, Barnett S. Book Chapter
The Impact of Disasters and Political Violence on Mental Health in Latin America October 2009 Norris, Fran Report
The Obama Administration and Peru February 2016 Koven, Barnett S. Book Chapter
The Perils of Simultaneous COIN and Counternarcotics in Peru and Colombia April 2014 Koven, Barnett S. Journal Article
The Reemergence of the Shining Path February 2010 Koven, Barnett S. Journal Article
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the Development of Narco-Submarines March 2016 Jacome, Michelle Journal Article
To Bribe or to Bomb: Do Corruption and Terrorism Go Together? October 2015 Chenoweth, Erica Book Chapter
To Bribe or to Bomb: Do Corruption and Terrorism Go Together? November 2008 Chenoweth, Erica Book
Violent Democracies in Latin America November 2009 Arias, Enrique Book
Image Title Job Title Institution
Andrew Godard Andrew Godard

Project Manager/Researcher, START

University of Maryland
Photo of Barnett Koven Barnett S. Koven

Senior Researcher, START

Affiliated Scholar, The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy at Florida International University

University of Maryland
Brandon Behlendorf Brandon Behlendorf

Assistant Director for Research Development/Senior Researcher, START

University of Maryland
Brian Phillips Brian Phillips

Assistant Professor

Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), Mexico City
Ingrid Schulz

Faculty Research Assistant

University of Maryland
Joseph Young Joseph Young

Associate Professor of Public Affairs

American University
Martha Crenshaw Martha Crenshaw

Researcher, Political Science/International Relations

Stanford University
Michelle Jacome Michelle Jacome

Project Manager/Researcher, START

University of Maryland
Rashmi Singh Rashmi Singh

Associate Professor

The Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais
Sarah Spalding Sarah Spalding

Researcher/Analyst, START

University of Maryland
Shawn Flanigan Shawn Flanigan

Professor of Public Affairs

San Diego State University

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