W. Alex Sánchez is an analyst who focuses on international security and geopolitics. His research interests include inter-state tensions, narco-insurgent movements and drug cartels, arms sales, the development of Latin American military industries, UN peacekeeping operations, as well as the rising use of drones (UAVs) for civilian and security uses in Latin America.
Author Archive | W. Alex Sánchez
Curacao’s Other Problem (And an Opportunity for Development)
W. Alex Sánchez 06.02.18
Assessing U.S. Military Assistance Towards Latin America
W. Alex Sánchez 03.30.18
Kazakhstan Expands its Role in Nuclear Security Issues
W. Alex Sánchez 03.17.18
Venezuela’s Elections Re-scheduled, but Maduro To Remain in Power
Kazakhstan Should Have a Bigger Role In UN Peace Operations
W. Alex Sánchez 02.25.18
Brazil to Join UN Mission in Central African Republic, MINUSCA
The Eurasian Economic Union and Latin America: What could 2018 Bring?
W. Alex Sánchez 12.11.17
Russia & Venezuela: From Allies to Patronage?
Moldova Participates in Rapid Trident 2017
W. Alex Sánchez 09.19.17
Moldova: Is Neutrality Still an Option?
W. Alex Sánchez 08.15.17
China Has a New Military Base in Djibouti. Here’s why it Matters
Yes, MONUSCO Needs To Stay in the DRC
UK-Latin American Relations after the Assange Scandal
W. Alex Sánchez 08.19.12
Figuring out Ecuador’s Foreign Policy: From Lukashenko to Assange
W. Alex Sánchez 08.02.12
Peru’s Shining Path Still Operational
W. Alex Sánchez 05.04.12
Placing CELAC in the Proper Latin American Context
W. Alex Sánchez 01.05.12
An Easy Way to Improve U.S.-Latin American Relations
W. Alex Sánchez 07.28.11