Countering Mexico’s criminal insurgency means offsetting largesse and threats

Countering Mexico’s criminal insurgency means offsetting largesse and threats
August 2, 2020 sdcdesign
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Countering Mexico’s criminal insurgency means offsetting largesse and threats

TorchStone’s Scott Stewart published an opinion piece in The Hill titled, “Countering Mexico’s criminal insurgency means offsetting largesse and threats.” Mr. Stewart begins: “Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is wrapping up a three-day trip to the states of Guanajuato, Jalisco and Colima, some of the Mexican states most impacted by criminal violence. AMLO, as the president is called, undertook the trip to demonstrate his support for efforts to pacify those violence-wracked states. But with Mexico in the midst of a full-blown criminal insurgency, a presidential visit likely will do little to quell the violence. Mexico’s criminal insurgency can be solved only through a holistic counterinsurgency strategy.” Read the entire article.