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Blog post | March 4, 2012 09:28 AM | Comments(0)

Eduardo Guerrero, a consultant on security affairs at Lantia Consultores, addresses lessons in the war against organized crime in ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America.

Journal Article | March 5, 2012 06:13 AM | Comments(4)

In the first of a three part series, Guillermo Vázquez del Mercado Almada describes organized crime in Mexico and lays a basis for his "five Ps" proposal to reduce violence...

Blog post | March 5, 2012 09:28 PM | Comments(0)

SWJ El Centro Fellow John P. Sullivan's paper "From Drug Wars to Criminal Insurgency: Mexican Cartels, Criminal Enclaves and Criminal Insurgency in Mexico and Central America, and their...

Journal Article | March 7, 2012 06:03 AM | Comments(0)

Guillermo Almada offers the second in his three-part series on reducing violence in Mexico.

Journal Article | March 9, 2012 06:10 AM | Comments(3)

Guillermo Almada offers part three of his series on how to reduce violence in Mexico.

Blog post | March 11, 2012 07:29 PM | Comments(6)

A few years ago Latin American specialists began warning the defense community at large that the Mexican cartels constituted an insurgency in the actual sense, though one that was strategically...

Blog post | April 6, 2012 02:27 PM | Comments(0)

A new book from two SWJ El Centro fellows on Los Zetas.

Journal Article | April 9, 2012 08:02 PM | Comments(0)

A look at the gray agents - the public servants, political actors, or security agents - that promote criminal interests. 

Journal Article | April 12, 2012 12:25 PM | Comments(0)

Mexican criminal networks are far more decentralized and thus more resiliant than the Colombian cartels of the 1980s.

Journal Article | April 20, 2012 04:54 AM | Comments(8)

Must we define drug traffickers in Mexico as terrorists and do more to prevent their disastrous effects?