The Geopolitics Of Northern Mexico And The Implications For U.S. Policy

David Danelo

Senior Fellow, FPRI - Program on Field Research

George W. Grayson

Senior Fellow, FPRI -
College of William & Mary -

Andrew Selee

Woodrow Wilson Center -

Robert Killebrew

Center For A New American Security -

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Drawing on his extensive field research on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, David Danelo will provide an in-depth briefing on northern Mexico, the site of half of Mexico’s drug-related killings and 85 percent of all US-Mexico trade. Danelo will illustrate the similarities and differences between Mexico’s drug violence and traditional political insurgencies, with a view to understanding how the United States should concentrate its resources to build security cooperation with Mexico. Noted Mexico and Latin American security scholars Andrew Selee, George Grayson, and Robert Killebrew will provide commentary after his presentation.

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