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Social Media: Americas: North America: Mexico

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Troubled Neighbor: Mexico's Drug Violence Poses a Threat to the United States
While U.S. leaders have focused on actual or illusory security threats in distant regions, there is a troubling security problem brewing much closer to home. By Ted Galen Carpenter. (Cato Institut... Read More...


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How to Keep America Safe from Mexico's Drug Wars
Dr. Carafano discusses how violence from Mexico's Drug War is spilling over onto this side of the border. By James Jay Carafano. ( Heritage Foundation, 3/30/09) Read More...


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The Merida Initiative and Central America
A recent panel discussion hosted by the Brookings Institute explores the effectiveness of the Merida Initiative and its allocated resources for Central America. (The Brookings Institute, 5/26/09) Read More...


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Mexico's Drug War
Hanson outlines the severity of the current drug trafficking problem in Mexico, assesses President Calderon's efforts, and also offers long-term prospects for Mexico's War on Drugs. By Stephanie Hanso... Read More...


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Only the US Can Win War on Drugs
In light of the current War on Drugs that Mexico is struggling to grapple with, authors Weiss and Rozental discuss the need for the US to wage a war on America's demand for drugs that might match Mexi... Read More...


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Only the US Can Win War on Drugs
Mexico's fight – attacking the supply-side of the western hemisphere's drug war – will remain an unwinnable war so long as its northern neighbor fails to attack the demand side: Americans' insatiable ... Read More...


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Mexico's Drug Wars
This photo gallery documents the surging influence of the drug cartels in Northern Mexico and the efforts by police to maintain law and order. By Anthony Suau. (TIME, 2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview:   Professor Anthony Quainton
IA-Forum Interview: Professor Anthony Quainton
IA-Forum discusses the drug cartel crisis in Mexico with former Ambassador Anthony Quainton. By Kathryn Thornborough. (03/06/09) Read More...


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Calderón on the right track
The author discusses the progress made by Mexican President Felipe Calderón in terms of political stabilization but also notes the key economic challenges the country still faces. By Marifeli Perez-S... Read More...


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Mexican Immigration Will Solve Itself
The author argues that because of the major decline in fertility rates in many Latin American countries the issue of illegal immigration to the US could soon be significantly diminished. By Robert M.... Read More...


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Mexican Immigration Will Solve Itself
The author argues that because of the major decline in fertility rates in many Latin American countries the issue of illegal immigration to the US could soon be significantly diminished. By Robert M.... Read More...


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Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative
Author analyzes the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative including the issues and merits surrounding it. By Stephanie Brophy. (IA-Forum, 1/23/2007) Read More...


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A Border Security Strategy for Bush and Calderón: Improve Cooperation Between the U.S. and Mexico
To reduce the problem of illegal immigration across the US-Mexico border, the two countries should move beyond the Secure Fence Act and move towards a strategy of cooperation. By Stephen Johnson (Heri... Read More...


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A Way to Peace in Mexico
The author writes that with a government commission declaring Phillipe Calderon the president of Mexico despite the vociferous protests of opposition candidate. By Jorge G. Castaneda. (New York Times... Read More...


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After Mexico's Election
Author analyzes what the results of the Mexican election mean for Mexico and the US. By Jorge G. Castañeda. (Washington Post, 7/16/2006) Read More...


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Challenges for a Post-Election Mexico
Author outlines the political and economic challenges facing president-elect Calderon. Also addresses implications for American economic and immigration policy. By Pamela K. Starr. (Council on Forei... Read More...


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Bringing Mexico Closer to God
The author criticizes Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the front-runner in Mexico's presidential race, for adopting a messianic persona and proclaiming a war on poverty without the fiscal means to do so. ... Read More...


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What America can learn from Israel's West Bank security barrier.
The author applies Israel’s experience with its fence to the proposed fence on the southern U.S. border with Mexico. How the “other” is affected, and more broadly whether a fence is warranted at all. ... Read More...


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Mexico's Uneasy Choice: The 2006 Presidential Election
Mexico's democracy has freed itself from its authoritarian past, yet it is faltering in its quest to become a modern nation. The country shed the one-party system that Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas L... Read More...


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Two Restrained Cheers for Mexico's New Drug Law
Cato Institute Article that cautiosly argues in favor of Mexico's new drug laws, designed to decriminalise the consumption of small amounts of illicit drugs. Author claims it will lead to a significan... Read More...


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Time for a Tex-Mex Marshall Plan
The author says the solution to the immigration problems along the US-Mexican border can be found in the EU's model for Eastern Europe. By Steven Hill. (Washington Post, 4/23/2006) Read More...


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Mexico Must Lose Subsistence Jobs
Discusses whether NAFTA has cost Mexico job opportunities in both Mexico and the US. By Aaron Lukas. (Cato Institute 2/2/2004) Read More...


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After 10 Years, NAFTA Continues to Pay Dividends
Discusses what NAFTA has done for the last decade. By Daniel T. Griswold. (Cato Institute 1/8/2004) Read More...


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Noncitizen soldiers: the quandaries of foreign-born troops
This article discusses the increasing number of immigrants in the U.S. military. Many motivated by the chance for U.S. citizenship, are involved in some of the fiercest fighting overseas. By Patrik ... Read More...


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Fox clears way for Obrador to run in presidential poll
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexico City's mayor, welcomed President Vicente Fox's move in effect to shelve criminal charges against him. (Financial Times, By Ronald Buchanan in Mexico City, Publishe... Read More...


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Hands Across North America
The authors write that Canada, the United States, and Mexico need to deepen their ties by developing an economic framework similar to the European Union. By Rafael Fernandez de Castro and Rossana Fuen... Read More...


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Immune to Democracy
The authors write that Mexico's commitment to democracy is being tested by the possible criminal indictment of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the mayor of Mexico City and the leading candidate for the p... Read More...


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US, Mexico social security move has India's attention
As the US and Mexico work towards sealing a pact on social security-totalisation between themselves, halfway across the world, India is watching with interest, not just the precedent, but the obstacle... Read More...


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Media violence and terrorism
This publication attempts to reveal some of the profound changes in the way that fundamental liberties such as freedom of expression and press freedom have been affected by terrorism and the efforts b... Read More...


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Latin America Studies Association (LASA)
The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) is the largest professional Association in the world for individuals and institutions engaged in the study of Latin America. Read More...


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