Daniel Lund

President, MUND Americas

Guest

Mexico City-based President of MUND Américas, a public-policy market-research firm with offices in the US and Latin America

Daniel Lund on KCRW

In the past four years, at least 30 Mexican journalists have been murdered or disappeared.

Mexico's Drug Wars and Reporting the News

In the past four years, at least 30 Mexican journalists have been murdered or disappeared.

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Brutal killings and shootouts that paralyze cities for hours often are not reported by Mexican newspapers, radio or TV.

Mexico's Drug Wars and Reporting the News

Brutal killings and shootouts that paralyze cities for hours often are not reported by Mexican newspapers, radio or TV.

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Success in closing the border in Texas and California has pushed more illegal crossings to Arizona, creating high anxiety in the southern part of that state.

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Success in closing the border in Texas and California has pushed more illegal crossings to Arizona, creating high anxiety in the southern part of that state.

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