Title: SINIO Summer Seminar Strategic Issues in Latin America

Release Date: 2018-03-01

Document Date: 2005-10-12

Description: A seminar will address trends in Latin American politics, including the rise of populist leaders and heightened Chinese influence in South America. 

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(U//FOUO) SINIO Summer Seminar Strategic Issues in Latin America
FROM: Marilyn Maines
Deputy Chief, Strategic Intelligence Issues (S17)
Run Date: 10/12/2005

(U//FOUO) On Tuesday, 18 October 2005 the SINIO Council and the National Cryptologic School
are pleased to present the 16th in a series of Strategic Intelligence Issue Seminars for the
Summer 2005. " Strategic Issues in Latin America " will be presented by the SINIO for Latin
America,
on Tuesday, 18 October from 11:30 to 13:00 in
room 2E099. Advance registration is required. (AREA-1500, Class #1051)
Registration:
(U//FOUO) Eligible SID students interested in attending this brown-bag session should enroll for
class number 1051 using Peoplesoft. Enrollment will be first come, first served. In case of
difficulties with Peoplesoft an email can be sent to Roland Recker
) with the
following information, and include the course name (AREA 1500 -- "Strategic Issues in Latin
America"), your name, SSN and organization.
Course Overview:
(U//FOUO) Many of the challenges facing Latin America today have significant long-term
implications for U.S. interests. Will Venezuela remain a significant source of oil for the United
States? What are the implications of having Chavez as Castro's ideological successor? Does the
recent trend of electing socialist leaders in South American countries represent an irreconcilable
difference with the United States? Will it adversely impact economic relations? Does the rise in
populist movements in Central and South America herald a regionalization of the FARC/ELN
insurgencies? Assuming success in Colombia, how will narcotics trafficking in the Andean region
change? China has become greatly engaged in Latin America -- what are the potential
ramifications to U.S. influence in the region?
(U//FOUO) Please consult the SINIO Website ("go sinio") for information on future events in this
series:

POCs:
Ms. Marilyn Maines, Program Manager for SINIO Council
Dr. Roland Recker for National Cryptologic School (
Executive to the SINIO Council
, SINIO for Latin America (
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