This panel featured Ambassador Maria Teresa Belandria, former Venezuelan Ambassador to Brazil and Brian Fonseca, Director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy Moderator, discussing the current state of the Venezuelan Armed Forces and civil police, and delved into what those institutions might look like in the future. Moderated by Adam Ratzlaff, Deputy Director of Global Americans.
This panel discussion has thought leaders and industry professionals focus on security challenges regarding Chinese engagements with countries in Latin America. Panelists looked at how China’s activities in the region are affecting U.S. security interests and the interests of its partners.
Venezuela has struggled to establish a working democracy for much of its history.
This panel series had brought together thought leads from around the world to discuss various topics surrounding the struggles of Venezuela, what needs to happen for change, and the way forward.
The Hemispheric Security Conference (HSC) is an annual conference held where experts from academia, governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, and private sectors converge to examine the most pressing security challenges facing the Western Hemisphere.
The IUU Fishing Informational Workshop was a two-day virtual workshop on Wednesday, June 30th, and Thursday, July 1st. During this workshop, Global Fishing Watch (GFW), International Monitoring, Control, and Surveillance (IMCS) Network, and Florida International University’s (FIU) Jack Gordon Institute (JGI) spoke about the most pressing issues in IUU fishing, tools that are being used to address these issues, and opportunities for collaboration in the maritime security environment.
The third panel and closing remarks of the IUU (Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated) Fishing Conference that took place on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021.
The second panel of the IUU (Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated) Fishing Conference on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021.
A conversation with renowned Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Urbina on critical issues affecting the world’s oceans. From humanitarian and ecological abuses to the faults in international maritime law, this discussion shed light on the deeper problems that plague the high seas.