Ana María Salazar Slack

Grupo Salazar

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Instructor in national security and leadership courses at Mexico's Army and Naval Colleges and Director of Grupo Salazar; Editor in Chief of Mexico Daily Review and host of Living in Mexico, a daily news radio show; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Enforcement Policy (Clinton Administration); 

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Mexico's drug cartels are so powerful that local and national police -- notorious for corruption -- have been replaced by Marines and soldiers.

Is Mexico's Military Out of Control?

Mexico's drug cartels are so powerful that local and national police -- notorious for corruption -- have been replaced by Marines and soldiers.

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Outrage over corruption in Mexico reached new heights this weekend, after authorities announced that drug-gang hitmen had confessed to murdering 43 students who went missing in…

A Crime Solved Sparks Outrage in Mexico

Outrage over corruption in Mexico reached new heights this weekend, after authorities announced that drug-gang hitmen had confessed to murdering 43 students who went missing in…

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The US Secretaries of State,  Defense  and Homeland Security all went to Mexico yesterday along with the Director of National Intelligence and the Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. …

Mi Guerra Es Su Guerra

The US Secretaries of State, Defense and Homeland Security all went to Mexico yesterday along with the Director of National Intelligence and the Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. …

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