Sunday, November 18, 2012

Cia in latin america

  • Latin American middle class grows by 50 percent

    One day CIA Director David Petraeus was sending out signals he'd like to stay on for President Barack Obama's second term.

  • Introducing: The next generation of Latin food chefs

    "Restaurant patrons are demanding both authentic and creative interpretations of the traditional foods of Latin America," the CIA's website declares in its course description. "And this demand is calling for chefs to be more knowledgeable than ever in ...

  • Scandal widens; US general's emails 'flirtatious'

    ... class in Latin America and the Caribbean region grew by 50 percent over the past decade.More >>. The middle class in Latin America and the Caribbean region grew by 50 percent over the past decade, according to a World Bank report released Tuesday.

  • Time for a new role for CIA

    ... Washington Post story that Petraeus was seeking to increase CIA drone activities at a time when policymakers needed to know more about the political turmoil in the Middle East and the new leaders there and in China, India, Africa and Latin America.

  • DEA Lends a Hand to Drug Traffickers in South America

    Hinzpeter does not seem to be seriously perturbed by yet another scandal which erupted when it became clear that drug revenues were diverted to undermine Latin American populist regimes. He is confident that his US and Israeli patrons would stand by ...

  • War On Drugs: 27 Reasons Why US Doesn't Have The 'Moral Authority' To Lead ...

    ... Of Drug Policy. Several current and former Latin American presidents, like Fernando Henrique Cardoso, have <a href="http://www.

  • All Share Services

    CIA officials, including former Director David Petraeus, told Congress last week they had determined quickly that al-Qaida was involved but wanted to keep that information classified.

  • The true spy story behind 'Argo'

    In the final scenes of the "nail-biting political thriller" Argo - the true story of how the CIA safely whisked six U.S.

  • 7 Mexico police face trial in US vehicle shooting

    24 ambush left the U.S. vehicle carrying diplomatic plates riddled with bullets on a rural road south of Mexico City. The two CIA agents in the bullet-proof sport utility vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries and a Mexican navy captain with ...

  • Petraeus testimony changes no minds

    11, which claimed four American lives. ... King, leading the charge for House Republicans, claimed that Petraeus said that the CIA maintained all along that the attack was the work of terrorists, but that "talking points" produced by the agency were ...

  • The Passive US Agenda in Latin America is Becoming Costly

    Still, the successes of the U.S. Southern Command, CIA, and drug enforcement operators in Central America and Mexico are well-documented.

  • Possible post-David Petraeus CIA picks

    Possible candidates to become CIA director in Obama's second term include: Michael Morell. Now the acting director, Morell served as deputy CIA director to Petraeus since 2010. He has been the agency's director of Asian Pacific and Latin American ...

  • George McGovern was a crusader for all folks

    He recalled how the Republican Nixon and Reagan administrations sank into criminal violations -- and how the Republican Eisenhower and Reagan administrations illegally sent the CIA secretly to overthrow Latin American governments the White House ...

  • The Widening Scandal Surrounding Gen. Petraeus

    ... the three years. In the -- investment service he worked as chief of station in the Middle East and Latin America. ... At the CIA directors emails I was like a little outrage but then -- hear about the spread of this story here about Jill Kelly you ...

  • NII plans to cut or reassign 20 pct of Va. jobs

    (AP) - NII Holdings Inc., which provides wireless service in Latin America, said Tuesday that it is cutting 20 percent of jobs at its Reston, Va.

  • Cuyahoga Falls native steps into CIA spotlight

    Morell worked his way up the CIA ladder while earning a master's degree at Georgetown University and completing the coursework - but not his dissertation - for a doctorate there.

  • Eletrobras to take over bankrupt Brazil power utility

    The statement did not state how much Eletrobras, Latin America's largest utility, expects to pay for a majority stake in CEA.

  • Obama Re-Election Thrusts Attention to Latin America

    With a continuing drug war in Mexico and Central America, a newly re-elected Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, the ever-present issue of Cuba and the continuing growth of Brazil, Latin America promises to remain a strategic and important area right in the U.S ...

  • Presidential foreign policy debate, Latin America and 4 more years

    At the beginning of the discussion, the moderator, Bob Schieffer, mentioned that 2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, however, the issue was not raised again in spite of its significance regarding Washington-Latin American and ...

  • Employees of Romney family's secret bank tied to fraud, money laundering, drug ...

    On top of legal woes in the United States and Mexico, the London Daily Telegraph reported that Stanford's Venezuelan offices were raided by Venezuela's military intelligence over claims that its employees were paid by the CIA to spy on the South ...

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