What the election of Enrique Peña Nieto means for Mexican politics and the future of the drug war.
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Despite pressure from Mexican officials and disenchanted American citizens, the president refuses to change his drug-prohibition policies.
Richard “The Bulldozer” Holbrooke left a deep mark on U.S. foreign policy. Yet this collection of essays by his friends and admirers, which gushes with praise, leaves out significant elements of the story.
As the drug cartels steadily gain power, Mexico inches closer to failed-state status.
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