The volatile situation in Mexico

    Drug cartels in Mexico have killed over 6,000 people since January of last year. In November, the U.S. Defense Department released a study that named Mexico, along with Pakistan, as states in danger of “rapid and sudden collapse.” We talk about the volatile situation in Mexico with GEORGE GRAYSON from the College of William and Mary, and LA Times reporter SAM QUINONES. Listen to the mp3

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