Jose R. Cardenas

National Security Council (former)

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Former staff member on the National Security Council under President George W. Bush

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As the drug war continues, the Obama Administration has tried to emphasize prevention and treatment here in the US, to reduce the demand that fuels so much deadly violence south of the…

The Drug War Moves to Central America

As the drug war continues, the Obama Administration has tried to emphasize prevention and treatment here in the US, to reduce the demand that fuels so much deadly violence south of the…

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the war on drugs "has not worked." But Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano is going full steam ahead.

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