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4/7/2021 OSAC Analysis

Over the course of the next month, several countries throughout Latin America will hold elections, including Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru. All four countries have experienced major protests, roadblocks, and electora...

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10/9/2020 OSAC Analysis

Bolivia will hold its presidential election on October 18. Last year’s controversial elections led to widespread protests and the eventual ouster of president Evo Morales. The U.S. Embassy recommends that organizations o...

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9/17/2020 OSAC Analysis

Environmental security is a serious concern throughout South America, particularly in the Amazon basin. Deforestation heavily influences security, especially for natural resource outfits, research and academic institutio...

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5/26/2020 OSAC Analysis

COVID-19 has not only crippled economies around the world, but has also impacted criminal groups and their illicit revenue streams. Criminal organizations across the region are adapting by turning to different crimes suc...

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11/13/2019 OSAC Analysis

Following the release of the OAS election audit on November 10, Bolivian President Evo Morales announced his resignation. The security and political environment resulting from the past days’ events is chaotic and uncerta...

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10/17/2019 OSAC Analysis

Bolivians will go to the polls Sunday, October 20 to elect a president, vice-president, 36 senators, and 130 representatives, all of whom will serve a five-year term of office starting in early 2020. A key question is wh...

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6/21/2019 OSAC Analysis

Travelers must take extra precautions when considering adventure tourism, and private-sector employers should ensure they communicate with their travelers any organizational expectations of communication, self-protection...

11/22/2011 OSAC Analysis

Upward of 90 percent of the cocaine that enters the U.S. comes from Colombia, and the rest comes mostly from Bolivia and Peru. The South American drug market is a transnational effort: Peruvian criminals smuggle cocaine...

2/28/2007 OSAC Analysis

The current flooding in Bolivia is the worst the country has seen in 25 years. The government is preparing contingency plans for the complete evacuation of Trinidad, a departmental capital with a population of 90,000.

12/15/2006 OSAC Analysis

According to local media reporting, demonstrators opposed to the Movement to Socialism’s stance on changing a Constituent Assembly voting mechanism plan on holding demonstrations throughout Bolivia’s four eastern regions...

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