Mexico Way Behind Colombia In Breaking Up Drug Cartels

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As Mexico struggles to contain ever-more-powerful drug traffickers, analysts tell the Christian Science Monitor it could adopt lessons from Colombia. No one claims Colombia has vanquished its drug cartels or stopped them from corrupting government officials. But its practices may provide a useful guide to Mexico’s own battles. Edgardo Buscaglia, an organized-crime expert at Mexico’s Autonomous Institute of
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