Tag Archives: Drug-War

Mexico Reconsiders Drug Policy

America to the rescue. . . I mean blackmail. I salute the Mexican government for being brave enough to publicly reconsider a ridiculous policy. I only wish the US Congress had the prerequisite cojones. Mexico’s Congress opened a three-day debate … Continue reading

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One of Forbes new billionaires: El Chapo

Joaquin Guzman, “El Chapo,” head of Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, has been recognized by Forbes as one of this years new billionaires. El Chapo (Shorty) narrowly escaped an assassination attempt by a rival cartel in 1993. A few weeks later he … Continue reading

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War Without End

As my learned colleague previously noted, “it is time to declare victory in the War on Terrorism and move on.” There is simply no value in war without end. And in this slightly dated, but no less relevant article from … Continue reading

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Mexico Drug Cartel Map

Inspired by Warfare 2050, image from Stratfor:

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