Iran's Strategic Penetration of Latin America

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Joseph M. Humire, Ilan Berman
Lexington Books, 8. 10. 2014 - Počet stran: 142
In recent years, significant attention has focused upon the Islamic Republic of Iran’s nuclear ambitions, and the threat they pose to the United States and the West. Far less well understood, however, has been the phenomenon of Iran’s regional advance in America’s own Hemisphere—an intrusion that has both foreign policy and national security implications for the United States and its allies. In this collection, noted specialists and regional experts examine the various facets of Iran’s contemporary presence in Central and South America, and detail what the Islamic Republic’s growing geopolitical footprint south of the U.S. border signifies, both for Iran and for the United States.
 

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1 What Iran Wants in the Americas
1
2 A Marriage of Radical Ideologies
11
3 The ALBA
21
4 The Southern Cone
33
5 Iran and Islamic Extremism in Brazil
41
6 Sanctions Busting Schemes in Ecuador
51
7 A Venezuelan Platform for Irans Military Ambitions
63
8 A Bolivian Base for Irans Military Advisors
71
9 Rewriting History in Argentina
81
10 Anticipating Irans Next Moves
93
11 Crafting a Hemispheric Response
103
Index
113
About the Editors and Contributors
121
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O autorovi (2014)

Ilan Berman is vice president of the American Foreign Policy Council and associated faculty at Missouri State University's Department of Defense and Strategic Studies.

Joseph Humire is the executive director of the Center for a Secure Free Society

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