Our government should respect our own principles and laws on human rights and democracy, as well as Mexicans' efforts to save their nation from the abyss into which it's fallen.
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A little-known measure buried in the U.S. 2009 Supplemental Bill would provide millions of dollars to corrupt Mexican security forces engaged in an unwinnable drug war.
Pundits have said that the election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States won't change the nation's world image overnight. But in ...
The war on drugs launched by Calderon -- and explicitly endorsed by the U.S. government through aid to the Mexican police and military -- sends a message to Mexican security forces that "anything goes."
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