Issues / Drugs
It's not fair to blame Mexicans for portraying cartel operators as Robin Hoods when their police are often corrupt and their president's policies ineffective.
Mexican attempt to clean up corruption may not be what it seems.
Shortly after Mexican President Felipe Calderon ordered the military to deal with drug trafficking, the cartels began openly offering soldiers jobs.
In fact, he raises the specter of civil war in Venezuela.
The following article describes Mexico's political climate during the lead up to the 2012 presidential election and the important factors that will determine its victor.
Mexico's elections will determine if current President Felipe Calderon's bloody strategy of targeting cartel leaders will endure.
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina opens a regional debate on the legalization of drugs.
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina has emerged as the region's leading advocate for drug policy reform.
Honduran security forces are murdering, raping, beating, and detaining Hondurans -- with U.S. aid.
Optimism about U.S. budget cuts to nukes was soon overtaken by tension over Iran's nuclear enrichment program and a fire on a Russian nuclear sub.