Freeman

IN BRIEF

U.S. Backs Mexico in Drug War

JANUARY 25, 2011

“Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expressed strong support Monday for Mexico’s battle against violent drug cartels, but she emphasized that the country needed to do more to build democratic institutions and defend human rights.” (Washington Post)

The drug war creates the violence.

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“How to End Mexico‚Äôs Deadly Drug War” by Paul Armentano

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