Guatemala

Weekly InSight: An Open Discussion on Crime and Corruption in Latin America

In our September 21 Facebook Live Session, Co-director Steven Dudley and Senior Editor Mike LaSusa discussed some of our viewers’ questions concerning the most pressing crime and corruption issues in Latin America…

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Weekly InSight: Battle of Guatemala President vs. Justice System Pushes Country to Breaking Point

In our September 7 Facebook Live session, Co-director Steven Dudley and Senior Editor Mike LaSusa spoke about the ongoing conflict between Guatemala‘s president and the country’s justice system, which has pitted the Central American nation’s two most powerful institutions against each other…

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Weekly InSight: Mauricio López Bonilla, From Guatemala’s Top Cop to US Most Wanted

In our June 29 Facebook Live session, Senior Editor Mike LaSusa and Senior Investigator Héctor Silva Ávalos discussed the case of former Guatemala Interior Minister Mauricio López Bonilla, who is being sought by the United States to face drug charges in a federal court…

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Weekly InSight: Special Investigation of Homicides in Guatemala

I was on this week’s “Weekly InSight” Facebook Live session with Steve Dudley to discuss InSight Crime’s latest investigation, “Homicides in Guatemala.” See a summary of the investigation written by Dudley and a full video of our Facebook Live conversation at InSight Crime.

Are US Anti-Crime Programs in Central America Working?

Over the past several years, the United States has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on crime and violence prevention programs in Central America, with few evaluations of the impact of this investment. But one hotly debated study highlights the challenges of measuring security assistance outcomes, as well as the need for a greater body of analysis about the efficacy of such initiatives…

Read this piece in its entirety at InSight Crime.