Challenges to Security in the Hemisphere Task Force

October - December 2009

“Venezuela’s Relationship with China: Implications for the Chávez Regime and the Region”
by R. Evan Ellis, Assistant Professor of National Security Studies Modeling Gaming & Simulation, Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (CHDS), Washington, D.C.

“Challenges to Security in the Hemisphere”
by Angel Rabasa, Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation

“Russia and Latin America: Motives and Consequences”
by Stephen J. Blank, Research Professor of National Security Affairs, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College

“Grand Strategy for Assertiveness: International Security and U.S.-Brazil Relations”
by Thomaz Guedes da Costa, Professor, National Security Affairs, Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, National Defense University, Washington, D.C.

“What are the Persians Doing Over Here?”
by Norman A. Bailey, Adjunct Professor, The Institute of World Politics, and President, Institute for Global Economic Growth

“China’s Challenge, Latin America’s Opportunities’
by Edward Friedman, Professor, Political Science and East Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“The Cuba-Venezuela Challenge to Hemispheric Security: Implications for the United States’
by Jaime Suchlicki, Director, Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, University of Miami

“Challenges to U.S. Security in the Hemisphere’
by Joseph S. Tulchin, Senior Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars