The Arabian Peninsula’s Missing Police Force

by Adam Dempsey In December 2014, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) announced plans to create a region-wide police force. The new organization, known as GCCPol, would be based out of Abu Dhabi and, for all intents and purposes, would operate… Continue Reading  

The Militarization of Policing in Latin America: A Critique

by Michael LaSusa With perceptions of citizen insecurity on the rise in the world’s most violent region, many Latin American countries have begun calling on their militaries to play a larger role in combating crime and violence. But a recent… Continue Reading