Five thousand people have been killed this year in Mexico's drug wars, twice the number of last year. The Mexican government has reports that 5000 people have been killed this year in that country's drug wars, almost 1000 in November alone, a monthly record. The violence is increasingly brutal, from Baja to Chihuahua, near the US border, and there's growing concern that it will cross over. In this rebroadcast from today's To the Point, how long will the Mexican public tolerate a climate of fear? Will the violence cross the border?
Is Mexico Losing Its War against Drugs?
Arian Campo-Flores - Miami Bureau Chief, Newsweek, Ricardo Blazquez - Executive Director, University of Texas' Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, Ken Ellingwood - Los Angeles Times, Jorge Chabat - Professor of International Studies, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics