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Mexican Anthology, March 2011 – April 2004

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Following items either directly address Mexico or include it as part of wider themes:

 

Mexican trends: further destabilization and penetration of commercial supply chains
2/28/2011

 

Assisting journalists: Are the Mexican vehicle explosions a "proper car bomb"?

9/18/2010

 

Applying pattern detection to the unsolved murder and abuse of Mexican women in Juarez

8/9/2010

 

Beyond Colombianization, Mexico is the Iraq, the Afghanistan, on our southern border

7/25/2010

 

Near-term global risks in the early weeks of the Obama administration

1/20/2009

 

Foreign vulnerability inherent in US globalization of its commercial and defense supply chains

5/6/2008

 

Mexican drug cartels make the leap from guns to IEDs: Expect risks in Mexico to rise

2/20/2008

 

In-the-wild attacks against electrical utilities coupled with extortion demands: implications for response to criminal and terrorist action

1/20/2008

 

Trends point towards Mexico's destabilization

9/25/2007

 

Symbiotic and predatory relationships between immigrant migration chains and supply chains

3/14/2006

 

Lengthening 'long war' in the Arc of Instability

11/15/2005

 

"Minus the landmines," a southern US border reminiscent of Iraq

3/26/2005

 

Maras: the Chechens on our doorstep

9/29/2004

 

While we're looking the other way -- tunnels?

4/27/2004

 

Gordon Housworth

 



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