Adam Isacson joined the Washington Office on Latin America in 2010 after 14 years working on Latin American and Caribbean security issues with the Center for International Policy. At WOLA, his Defense Oversight program monitors security trends and U.S. military cooperation with the Western Hemisphere.
Isacson previously worked at the Center for International Policy, an independent research and advocacy organization in Washington, DC, since 1995. At the Center for International Policy, Isacson coordinated a program that monitored security and U.S. military assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean, focusing primarily on Colombia.
Last Updated: May 25, 2017