This report, which will be updated about twice yearly, provides an overview of U.S. policy
toward Latin America and the Caribbean, including the Obama Administration’s priorities;
examines changes in the region’s economic and political environment that affect U.S. relations
with the region; and analyzes U.S. policy toward the region and various recommendations made
by policy analysts and think tanks.
An overview of groups in the region on the State Department's list of terrorist organizations, Cuba's status on the terror list, and activities of Iran, Hezbollah, and other extra-regional actors.
For a Defense Department training-aid program: a list of countries aided; the type of training provided; the U.S. and foreign personnel involved; the relationship to other U.S. programs; the cost; the benefits to U.S. forces; and planned trainings for the next year.
A statement of the purposes for which this aid is provided, a description of the types of activities considered to be within the Section 1206 program's scope, a discussion of monitoring and evaluation, and a list of the primary security threats this aid intends to confront.
"A report on the proposed planning and execution of programs intended to be conducted or supported under subsection (a)(3) of section 1206 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006," which allows the Defense Department to provide aid "to build the capacity of a foreign country's security forces to conduct counterterrorism operations."
An overview of political and economic developments in Cuba, and U.S. policy.
This report covers the total amount of funds obligated for the purpose of providing transportation of humanitarian relief and for other humanitarian purposes worldwide.
A review of Southern Command's structure, its effort to improve interagency coordination, and the difficulties it faced responding to the January 2010 Haiti earthquake.
GAO evaluated the extent to which the Defense Department is equipped to deliver increasing amounts of security force assistance.
A review of how the Defense Security Cooperation Agency processes and delivers security assistance to other nations.