National Security

July 2013
Peru Country Review;2013, p73
Country Report
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The article offers information related to the threats facing the national security of Peru including territorial dispute between neighbors Bolivia and Chile, narcotics trafficking activity, and the emergence of insurgent organizations such as Sendero Luminoso (SL).


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