Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, and Violence in Mexico
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Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, and Violence in Mexico: The Transition from Felipe Calderón to Enrique Peña Nieto examines the major trends in organized crime and drug trafficking in Mexico. The book provides an exhaustive analysis of drug-related violence in the country. This work highlights the transition from the Felipe Calderón administration to the Enrique Peña Nieto government, focusing on differences and continuities in counternarcotics policies as well as other trends such as violence and drug trafficking.
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Rosen, Jonathan D. and Zepeda, Roberto, "Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, and Violence in Mexico" (2016). Jack Gordon Institute Research Publications. 17.
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