THE LATEST INCIDENTS IN SOUTH AMERICA
Top 30 Most Followed News Accounts on Twitter22nd June 2019 21:27PM
Twitter is the biggest medium for global news. To help you keep up to date, we've compiled a list of the best Twitter accounts to follow for breaking news in 2019.
Employee Spotlight: Daniel Harrington17th June 2019 9:26AM
Ahead of Armed Forces Day 2019 on 29th June, we're introducing our COO, Daniel Harrington. Known at HQ as Harry, he outlines his day to day role here at Intelligence Fusion, his time serving in the fo...
Narcosul: Organised Crime in the South American Capitals14th June 2019 14:02PM
Due to a lack of unity among each country, South America is witnessing a rise in drug trafficking led by organised crime group, The PCC, and consequently driving crime rates across the region.
Prison Violence in Ecuador: Overcrowding, Corruption and Gang Control11th June 2019 13:33PM
Whilst not a new phenomenon, Ecuador has seen an increase in prison violence due to overcrowding, inside gangs and the corruption which allows them to operate.
Intelligence Fusion Hires New CTO13th May 2019 15:10PM
With over 2 decades of experience in the technology sector, Les Gaw joins the Intelligence Fusion team as Chief Technology Officer.
What does Bolsonaro mean for Brazil?29th April 2019 12:47PM
The rise of Bolsonaro to power, his perspectives, and the challenges imposed by both the national establishment and the growing interactions of the country with the international scenery are presented...
INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS
Mid-Year Maritime Report: Latin America and the Caribbean
Assessing the threats to Maritime Security in Latin America and the Caribbean during times of political instability, economic uncertainty and social unrest.READ MORE
Maritime Security: Threats to Cruisers in the Caribbean Sea
While the threat of piracy is strongest off the coast of Venezuela, other incidents have been recorded within the Caribbean Sea and the threat is but one of many that can impact cruisers within the re...READ MORE
Oil Sanctions in Venezuela: Analysing the Impact
The sanctions on oil have aggravated the already collapsed economy, and the ones suffering the most are everyday Venezuelans. We analyse the impact of the sanctions on Venezuela itself, how the future...READ MORE
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Impunity in Mexico18th October 2017 10:37AM Author: Michael McCabe (CEO)
According to Global Impunity Index, conducted by University of the Americas Puebla, UDLAP Jenkins Graduate School and Centre of Studies on impunity and justice, Mexico is one of five countries in The...
REPORT: Bolivian student drugged, kidnapped and trafficked from Prado to La Victoria12th May 2017 13:56PM Author: Michael McCabe (CEO)
On May 5th, a Bolivian student, Xiomi Morelia Lema Ávila (21), boarded a bus in the Bolivian town of Prado when she noticed a man with dark complexion sitting next to her with some sort of weapon. She...
Violent Outbreaks in Haiti as Fuel Prices Increase11th July 2018 9:04AM Author: Daniele Liberatori
The last three days have witnessed a violent outbreak of protests in Haiti after the government – led by President Moïse’s – announced a proposed increase in fuel prices. The situation rapidly escalat...
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