International Affairs
1 March 2011 , Volume 67, Number 2

Over the last four years, Mexicans have learnt that waging a war against organised crime not only takes a toll on human life at home, but also impacts on the complex and sometimes ambivalent relationship with their northern neighbour.


Julian Miglierini

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