Cuba is the killer/enforcer to intimidate the Venezuela military. Joseph Humire. Malcolm Hoenlein

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Cuba is the killer/enforcer to intimidate the Venezuela military. Joseph Humire. Malcolm Hoenlein

Joseph M. Humire is the SFS Executive Director. A global security expert specializing on transnational threats in the Western Hemisphere, he provides regular briefings on international terrorism, transnational organized crime, Islamism and Iran’s influence Latin America to various entities within the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community, as well as prominent think tanks and universities around the world. He testifies frequently before the U.S. Congress on national security issues and has also testified before the European, Canadian, and Andean Parliament, as well as the Argentine and Peruvian Congress. In 2016, Mr. Humire served as an expert witness in an important terrorism trial in Lima, Peru.

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