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  • Mexican Drug War

    There is a war going on currently south of our border. While we Americans continue to plunge ourselves in countless never ending conflicts‚ we are ignoring our own ongoing war next door. Mexico‚ our neighboring country to the south has been waging a war for years that has seemed to have gone unnoticed. This war is between the Mexican government and the cartels that seem to run the country. Just like the USA has people that support its politicians‚ the same thing happens in Mexico with the cartels

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  • The Mexican Drug War

    The Mexican drug war has been a long and deadly fight between the Mexican government and the cartels in Mexico. Most of the war has been fought on the border of Mexico and the U.S.making small border communities ghost towns. The reason why these people are leaving is because of the extreme violence this war has brought on to Mexico. From 2006 to 2012 there has been 63‚000‚ deaths related to drug violence in Mexico. The war has left its mark on the people and on the government of Mexico. The government

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  • Mexican War On Drugs

    emerging drug trade which has become a threat to security of the people. The economy has sputtered‚ and workers’ wages have been ravaged since NAFTA. To recover from the drastic effects of this decade‚ Mexico must aim to achieve political and social stability and security by ending the war on drugs‚ and eliminating NAFTA to bolster the economy. Mexico must look to end the war on drugs as it has not proven to be effective. Mexico has deployed troops across the country in the war on drugs. Despite

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  • Mexican Drug War

    The Mexican Drug War By: Blake Cohen INR2002 – Spring 2013 Jeff Hernden Word Count: 3800 Date: 4/22/13 In 2006‚ Mexico began to crack down on drug trafficking operations in union with the United States. Why all of the sudden? In regard to that question‚ my paper will include a history of events leading up to this sudden crack down on drug trafficking‚ from its start in the 1960’s until today. After the history of the drug war‚ I will discuss the main states involved like the United States

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  • Mexican Drug War

    Mexican Drug War Introduction The Mexican Drug War is perhaps the deadliest and most devastating battle this country has encountered in it’s history. Its’ violence affects both civilians and its’ very culture. Since 2006‚ the border of Mexico has been a place of hostility‚ turmoil‚ and outright warfare which has transitioned throughout the countryside. Unlike traditional military solutions‚ Mexico and the United States must work together to quell the hostility by creating economic opportunities

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  • The Mexican Drug War

    The Mexican Drug War South of the United States across the border in Mexico there is a current drug war. According to Solomon Moore of The New York Times‚ the United States has helped the Mexican governments with over $1.5 billion dollars (1). The Mexican government is battling their drug cartels and the cartels are battling one another. The illegal drug market has never been so unsettled. There are small elite killing squads now operating on both sides of the Mexican-American border. Law enforcement

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  • Mexican drug war

    Mexican Drug War Background ! Mexico has had a reputation for trafficking drugs to the United States and South America since the major trafficking started in the early 1960s‚ but the drug trade between the United States and Mexico started in 1933 when the United States revoked the alcohol prohibition. It is easy for the drug cartels and traffickers to move the drugs through Mexico because of its prime location between the United States and South America. Also do to the cartels in nearby

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  • Mexican War And Drug Violence

    caused by regional narcotic wars and global drug trafficking. The epidemic of drug trafficking and violence has resulted in a war between Mexico’s government and the Narcos who instigate these acts of violence. There has been an ongoing fight between the Mexican Government and Narcos as far back as 2006. Before a fight erupted between the Mexican government and the Narcos‚ war brewed among several drug cartels. As violence and competition only made tension among drug cartel worse‚ violence began

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  • Essay On Mexican Drug War

    The Mexican Drug War can be solved with nonviolence. A person who doesn’t live in Mexico sees drugs as many things such as medical supplies‚ overdoses‚ and doctors. But‚ when a person in Mexico hears the word “drugs” many will visualize the conflict and violence their country has with drugs. The Mexican Drug War is causing violence between the government and drug cartels in areas like Jalisco‚ Chihuahua‚ and Veracruz (Taylor). Authorities are scrambling to intercept the illegal good which have common

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  • Mexican Drug War Essay

    Illegal drugs have become such a large problem for the world in the past decade. Those in economic depression use drugs to not only “soothe” them‚ but to make the money as well. And of those countries‚ there is Mexico. Mexico’s Drug War has been going on since 2006‚ and it has had lots of tolls on both its people and its government effectiveness. The USA has been a major part of trying to help Mexico through its issues‚ since the very beginning of this drug war. Without the US’s assistance‚ Mexico

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