Mexico's drug war

State of war Sam Quinones -- Mexico's criminal justice system is too weak to stop the drug cartels William Booth -- Mexico's military response to drug violence is not working Nik Steinberg -- Corruption, drug cartels, and the Mexican police Ted Galen Carpenter -- Mexican government's...

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Contributors: Haerens, Margaret (Hrsg.)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Farmington Hills, Mich. Greenhaven Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning 2014
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Summary:State of war Sam Quinones -- Mexico's criminal justice system is too weak to stop the drug cartels William Booth -- Mexico's military response to drug violence is not working Nik Steinberg -- Corruption, drug cartels, and the Mexican police Ted Galen Carpenter -- Mexican government's drug strategy violates civil liberties Laura Carlsen -- Mexico's drug war has similarities to the war on terror Mario Loyola -- Central American countries should legalize drugs Jamie Dettmer -- US drug policy needs to change to end Mexico's drug war Jorge Castañeda -- Mexico's drug war: the battle without hope Malcolm Beith -- Mexico drug war: Enrique Pena Nieto could target small gangs Micheal Weissenstein -- Merida initiative is misguided and needs to be recalibrated Manuel Pérez-Rocha
"This title examines Mexico's drug war from many angles, exploring the causes, the government and military responses, and the impact of Central American and US drug policy on Mexico"--Publisher's web site
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:118 S. 24 cm
ISBN:9780737768442
0737768444
9780737768459
0737768452