Title: Below the Radar
Below the Radar summarizes a decade of trends in U.S. military programs in our hemisphere. This monitoring project began out of concern that poor access to information made public and congressional oversight of such programs impossible. The trends include growing military aid, mission creep, and the negative impact of the United States’ use of Guantanamo for imprisoning terrorism suspects on U.S.-Latin American relations.
Author: Latin America Working Group Education Fund, Center for International Policy, and Washington Office on Latin America