Why Are Mexico’s Elections Likely to Generate Violence?

|By Michael Lettieri Ph.D.  Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF of this article,

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Calderón Bids Farewell: A COHA Side-By-Side Report with The Pan-American Post

COHA’s Take on Calderón’s Legacy Mexican President Felipe Calderón’s monumental six-year term will come to an end on November 30. 

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RE: “US Says Bolivia, Myanmar, Venezuela Still Failing Drug War”

Dear Editor, Your September 15 article, “US says Bolivia, Myanmar, Venezuela still failing drug war,” successfully addresses a U.S. report

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Calderón’s Drug War: Was the Juice Worth the Squeeze?

In 2006, when Mexican President Felipe Calderón’s administration launched the daunting task of taking on major drug cartels throughout the

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Mexican Supreme Court Upholds Civilian Control in Drug War

In a key 8-2 decision on Tuesday, August 21, Mexico’s Supreme Court struck down the core provision of a law

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Re: “Troubles Vex Mexico Crime-Fighting Force”

Dear Editor, Your recently published article “Troubles Vex Mexico Crime-Fighting Force,” may address critical problems within the Mexican Federal Police,

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