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Latest Security Update for the Nations of the Nearshore

Many of the Nearshore nations have long had problems with security. This is the latest update for the situation in each country.

Information for this infograph was taken from the U.S. State Department. Countries are rated on levels one to four, from Exercise Normal Precautions to Do Not Travel – which is likely due to greater likelihood of life-threatening risks where during an emergency, the U.S. government may have very limited ability to provide assistance.

Honduras came out as the least safe country in the latest ranking while Chile and Argentina as the safest.

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Mathew Di Salvo

Mathew Di Salvo is a Colombia-based contributing writer and editor at Nearshore Americas.

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