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Mexican Drug War

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 93. Chapters: Enrique Camarena, Timeline of the Mexican Drug War, Mexican Army, Mérida Initiative, Mexic... Lire la suite
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 93. Chapters: Enrique Camarena, Timeline of the Mexican Drug War, Mexican Army, Mérida Initiative, Mexican Navy, Mexican Air Force, Narco submarine, Mara Salvatrucha, Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, La Familia Michoacana, Federal Police, Los Zetas Cartel, List of Mexico's 37 most-wanted drug lords, Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, Mexican Mafia, Juan García Abrego, Gulf Cartel, Edgar Valdez Villarreal, Arturo Beltrán Leyva, Mexican Naval operations in the Mexican Drug War, Juárez Cartel, Operation Sinaloa, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, Tijuana Cartel, Ministry of Public Security, Sandra Ávila Beltrán, Texas Syndicate, 18th Street gang, Blog del Narco, Piracy in Falcon Lake, Héctor Beltrán Leyva, Los Negros, Marisol Valles Garcia, Antonio Cárdenas Guillén, Ciudad Juárez rehab center attack, Héctor Luis Palma Salazar, Federal Investigations Agency, Rafael Caro Quintero, Humberto Álvarez Machaín, Miguel Caro Quintero, Alfredo Beltrán Leyva, Eduardo Ravelo, 2010 Puebla oil pipeline explosion, Osiel Cárdenas Guillén, La Línea, Logan Heights Gang, Mario Cárdenas Guillén, 2008 Morelia grenade attacks, Operation Quintana Roo, Juan Nepomuceno Guerra, Édgar Eusebio Millán Gómez, House of Death, 2010 Chihuahua shootings, Milenio Cartel, 2009 Guanajuato and Hidalgo shootings, Otto Roberto Herrera García, Rafael Aguilar Guajardo, Enrique Plancarte Solís, Oaxaca Cartel, Jesús Alberto Capella Ibarra, José de Jesús Méndez Vargas, Maras, Alberto Espinoza Barrón, Los Pelones, South Pacific Cartel, Gente Nueva, Dirección Federal de Seguridad. Excerpt: The Mexican Drug War is an ongoing armed conflict taking place among rival drug cartels, who fight each other for regional control, and Mexican government forces who seek to combat drug trafficking. Although Mexican drug cartels, or drug trafficking organizations, have existed for a few decades, they have become more powerful since the demise of Colombia's Cali and Medellín cartels in the 1990s. Mexican drug cartels now dominate the wholesale illicit drug market in the United States. Arrests of key cartel leaders, particularly in the Tijuana and Gulf cartels, have led to increasing drug violence as cartels fight for control of the trafficking routes into the United States. The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that the wholesale of illicit drug sale earnings range from $13.6 billion to $48.4 billion annually. Mexican drug traffickers increasingly smuggle money back into Mexico in cars and trucks, likely due to the effectiveness of U.S. efforts at monitoring electronic money transfers. Mexican ArmyGiven its geographic location, Mexico has long been used as a staging and transshipment point for narcotics, illegal immigrants and contraband destined for U.S. markets from Mexico, South America and elsewhere. During the 1980s and early 1990s, Colombia s Pablo Escobar was the main exporter of cocaine and dealt with organized criminal networks all over the world. When enforcement efforts intensified in South Florida and the Caribbean, the Colombian organizations formed partnerships with the Mexico-based traffickers to transport cocaine through Mexico into the United States. This was easily accomplished because Mexico had long been a major source of heroin and cannabis, and drug traffickers from Mexico had already established an infrastructure that stood ready to serve the Colombia-based traffickers. By the mid-1980s, the organizations from Mexico were well established and reliable transporters...

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Titre: Mexican Drug War
Sous-titre: Enrique Camarena, Timeline of the Mexican Drug War, Mexican Army, Mérida Initiative, Mexican Navy, Mexican Air Force, Narco submarine, Mara Salvatrucha, Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, La Familia Michoacana, Federal Police
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Code EAN: 9781155224275
ISBN: 978-1-155-22427-5
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 94
Poids: 198g
Taille: H5mm x B246mm x T189mm
Année: 2012