Andres Rozental

veteran career diplomat in Mexico

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Veteran career diplomat in Mexico, he served Deputy Foreign Minister of Mexico and former Mexican Ambassador to the United Kingdom (1995-1997); nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution; former Chairman of the Mexican Council for International Affairs

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Tomorrow, Mexico will inaugurate its newly elected president without either much fanfare or political protest.

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When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

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When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

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