Since his election in 2013, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez has made significant changes in the strategy and institutions of the country to combat the interrelated scourges of organized crime and violent gangs, resulting in some notable successes. Yet challenges remain, especially in terms of corruption, and allegations of human rights violations threaten to undermine progress achieved to date. How should U.S. policymakers react? Is Honduras on the right path, and how can Washington incentivize the positive trends? In this podcast, the SSI's Dr. R. Evan Ellis discusses his latest monograph with Dr. John R. Deni. Released 8 July 2016.