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Jorge G. Castañeda Weighs In On Calderón’s War

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If you’re interested in sober, informed commentary on Mexico President Calderón’s war on organized crime, and the debunking of media narrative myths, you’ll want to read Castañeda’s “What’s Spanish for Quagmire?” published in the Jan/Feb edition of Foreign Policy Magazine.

Jorge G. Castañeda, former Mexican foreign minister [during the Fox administration], is senior fellow at the New America Foundation and global distinguished professor of politics and Latin American and Caribbean studies at New York University.

Castañeda and Rubén Aguilar has written “El Narco: La Guerra Fallida” which is currently available only in Spanish. The Foreign Policy commentary provides a condensed version in English.

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