Harold Trinkunas was a nonresident senior fellow in the Latin America Initiative in the Foreign Policy program, and is the interim co-director and a senior research scholar for the Center for International Security and Cooperation of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. His research focuses on Latin American politics, particularly on issues related to foreign policy, governance, and security. He has studied the role of armed nonstate actors in local governance, Brazil’s emergence as a major power, and Latin American contributions to global governance on issues including energy policy, drug policy reform, and Internet governance. Trinkunas has also written on terrorism financing, borders, and ungoverned spaces.
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