Jose R. Cardenas

National Security Council (former)

Guest

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

Jose R. Cardenas on KCRW

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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