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Mexican Drug War

Carpenter, Ted. "Undermining Mexico’s Dangerous Drug Cartels." Cato Institute. N.p.. Web. 23 Jul 2013. <http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/undermining-mexicos-dangerous-drug-cartels>. Al-Eryani, Ausan. "Mexico’s drug war effects US as well." Collegiate Times. Virginia Tech. Web. 23 Jul 2013. <http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/18328/mexicos-drug-war-effects-us-as-well/p2>. Grillo, Ioan. "US troops aid Mexico in drug war." Global Post. N.p.. Web. 23 Jul 2013. <http://www...

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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 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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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

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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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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War on Drugs: Mexican Cartels

War on Drugs: Mexican Cartels Geography101B Baker College As Americans in the United States face the war on drugs, we struggle to get a grip on the killer of a nation. It seems as if illegal narcotics are killing and destroying families at an alarming rate. Since the early eighties, children have dropped out of school to make a profit from this dream killer. Many parents were either addicted to these illegal drugs, or in denial of their corruption. In many legal cases you hear the convicted...

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The Mexican Drug War and Its Consequences

The Mexican Drug War and Its Consequences Despite President Felipe Calderon’s good intentions and determination to eliminate the drug cartels in Mexico, the Mexican government has not been able to stop the drug cartel’s operations (smuggling drugs, people and weapons to and from the USA) for many reasons. The drug cartels have proven to be powerful, well connected politically, well trained, well- armed, and manipulation of the masses. Therefore, it has been impossible for the Mexican...

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The Mexican President Felipe Calderon's War on Drugs

Name: Kevin Whitten Topic: Mexico's War on Drugs Purpose: Inform Organizational Plan: Topical Introduction Attention Getter: A bloody war has been raging on in North America for the last four years which has resulted in over 34,500 deaths as of December 2010, which was by far one of the most violent years so far with over 15,000 people killed. Speaker Purpose: Having been stationed in Fort Hood Texas for three years I often visited Mexico and being an addict in recovery, in some small...

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Mexican/Latin American “War” on Drugs and Trafficking

Mexican/Latin American “War” on Drugs and Trafficking The international drug trade from Latin American states is having an impact on a global scale. The trafficking of drugs along with corruptness and murder is an international conflict that is being fought daily. There are many aspects of the drug war from Mexico and other Latin American states which have effects on United States policy as well as policies from other countries that participate in the global suppression of illegal drugs. It can...

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