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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Xalisco Boys – now in northern Ohio

*Sam Quiñones always gives us insights into places where we wouldn’t otherwise look, that’s the value of his writing. He tells us about the heroin trade, migrating to the U.S. from Mexico, and how its highly organized system is slowly infiltrating the midwest. VL By Sam Quiñones, A Reporter’s Blog In case anyone thought the Xalisco

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Mexico: Will Los Zetas Unravel Without Their Leader?

By Stratfor Summary The arrest of Los Zetas leader Miguel “Z-40″ Trevino Morales marks the most significant capture involving a Mexican organized crime leader since 2008. On July 15, Stratfor sources confirmed Mexican and U.S. media reports...

Friday, May 24th, 2013

‘The Fight to Save Juarez,’ a Dirty Drug War

By Susana Hayward, Texas Observer It was late December 2007, and Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz was looking out his office window at night. The city was lit for the holidays, but no one was out in Ciudad...

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Peña Nieto’s New Approach to the Cartels

By Scott Stewart, Stratfor Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s approach to combating Mexican drug cartels has been a much-discussed topic since well before he was elected. Indeed, in June 2011 — more than a year before the...

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Entrevista Exclusiva con Amenazada Autora de ‘Los Señores del Narco’

Por Maria Lourdes Pallais, IDL-Reporteros Delgada, de corta estatura, entra sonriente, discreta, casi desapercibida. En minutos, la intensidad del tono de su voz, el brillo que despiden sus ojos inteligentes y su presencia pequeña pero dinámica domina la...

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

No Los Mataron Por Ser Hijos de Periodista

Por Maria Lourdes Pallais, Reporte Índigo Cerramos la semana pasada con la noticia de que dos jóvenes hijos de David Páramo, un periodista experto en finanzas, y de Martha González Nicholson, directora de El Peso, filial de corte...

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

Evolving U.S.-Mexico Relations and Obama’s Visit

By Stratfor When U.S. President Barack Obama travels to Mexico on May 2, he will arrive amid a period of sweeping transformation in the country. Embroiled in myriad political battles and seeking to implement an extensive slate of national reforms, Mexican...

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

¿La Hora de Mexico?

Maria Lourdes Pallais, Reporte Indigo Muerto Chávez, México deberá demostrar que tiene los tamaños para ser el líder máximo en América Latina.  Sobre Chávez póstumo, casi todo está escrito. Que la popularidad del comandante bolivariano tras 14...

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Out of Mexico’s Violence: Cultural Renaissance On the Border

By Louis Nevaer, New America Media MEXICO CITY – Mexican youths living in border cities from Tijuana to Ciudad Juarez are reclaiming civil society via cultural movements emerging on the heels of a six year, government-led “War on...

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Underworld Saint Becoming More Popular in the US

by Russell Contreras, Associated Press/NBCLatino ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A follower in New Orleans built a public shrine in her honor. An actor in Albuquerque credits her with helping him land a role on the TV show “Breaking...

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Mexican Drug Cartels Eye Spain As Their New Home

By Louis Nevaer, New America Media MADRID – The economic crisis in Spain, with a crippling jobless rate at 26 percent and labor strikes growing violent, has unleashed a brutal turf war between rival Latin American drug cartels....

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Michoacan begins new anti-crime strategy

By Sam Quiñones, A Reporter’s Blog Mexico’s new president, Enrique Pena Nieto, has begun a new strategy intended to coordinate federal, state and local police forces in the fight against the rampant criminality of kidnapping, robbery, exortion, murder...

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Cartel kingpin Chicago’s new Public Enemy No. 1

By Michael Tarm, Associated Press/USA Today Authorities in Chicago are naming a drug kingpin in Mexico as the city’s Public Enemy No. 1 — a label first given to gangster Al Capone and one that hasn’t been...

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Cartel Role in Booming Migration Through Rio Grande Valley

By Melissa del Bosque, Texas Observer Last year, nearly every region along the U.S.-Mexico border saw a decline in migrant apprehensions—except the Rio Grande Valley. Apprehensions there increased 70 percent, according to a recent report by the Washington Office on...

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