Apr 22, 2011
Adam talks with Raúl Benítez, who heads Mexico's Colectivo de Análisis de Seguridad con Democracia (CASEDE) think-tank, about the state of U.S.-Mexican security cooperation and the Mexican armed forces' role in public security.
Apr 21, 2011
Adam gives an update on the Colombian FTA debate, the extradition of a Venezuelan narcotrafficker from Colombia to Venezuela, another mass grave in Mexico, Uruguay's amnesty law, and Peru's elections.
Apr 13, 2011
George Washington University Professor Cynthia McClintock, just back from a visit to Peru to observe the April 10 elections, talks about the vote that has left Ollanta Humala and Keiko Fujimori contending in Peru's June presidential runoff.
Apr 6, 2011
Peruvians will elect their next president on Sunday. Polls show a five-way race with little clarity about who might make it to a second-round runoff. Adam talks with WOLA Senior Fellow Jo-Marie Burt about the candidates and the issues concerning voters.
Apr 5, 2011
Adam looks at the preliminary result of Haiti's election, revelations of plush conditions for Colombian military human rights abusers, and a UN human rights body's recommendation that Mexico take the armed forces out of internal security.