Tag: Evan Ellis

Human Rights International information portal. The country hosted a ministerial meeting of the nations of the region to define the future of the Caribbean Basin Security

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Defense and Security Challenges

By Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security In mid-2017, a delegation of US congressmen traveled to Santo Domingo to meet with senior Dominican officials and to discuss important matters involving security and development challenges in the country.    In fulfillment of Public Law 114-29, approved by the U.S. Congress in December 2016, the […]

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. Security Challenges

Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security English-language version of the article on Trinidad and Tobago, just published by the Center for Doctrine of the Colombian National Army (CEDOE) in its official professional journal “Military Expertise.”   Confronting Complex Multidimensional Security Challenges in Trinidad and Tobago – R […]

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CHINA. Human Rights. China’s Relationship with Chile: The Struggle for the Future Regime of the Pacific

Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security The article, based on research and interactions during my November 2017 engagement in Santiago. Though superpower diplomacy dominated coverage of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) leaders summit in November, China’s upgrading of a free-trade agreement with Chile served to […]