Laura Carlsen

Center for International Policy

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Director of the Americas Program at the Center for International Policy,  a nonprofit that focuses on US policy and grassroots movements in Latin America

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Walmart, Safeway, Whole Foods and other American grocers import billions of dollars-worth of fruits and vegetables from Mexico.

The Human Cost of Cheap Produce

Walmart, Safeway, Whole Foods and other American grocers import billions of dollars-worth of fruits and vegetables from Mexico.

from To the Point

The Bush Administration wants to send helicopters, planes and inspection scanners to help Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon crack down on drug cartels.

Mexico Under Siege: Can Calderon Rein in the Cartels?

The Bush Administration wants to send helicopters, planes and inspection scanners to help Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon crack down on drug cartels.

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Mexican President Felipe Calderón's crackdown on drug cartels has been met with brutal violence, including the beheadings of local police.

Mexico Under Siege: Can Calderon Rein in the Cartels?

Mexican President Felipe Calderón's crackdown on drug cartels has been met with brutal violence, including the beheadings of local police.

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