Confronting Mexico's Security Challenges
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From the outset, President Enrique Peña Nieto’s presidency sought to
shift attention from combating violence to pursuing an ambitious reform
agenda. Yet, with last September’s disappearance of 43 students in the
town of Ayotzinapa and the strong public reaction to the country’s most
serious citizen security incident in a decade, security challenges in
Mexico have taken new public prominence. What have been the successes
and failures of Peña Nieto’s security strategy and approach to human
rights problems, and to what extent does it differ from that of his
predecessor, Felipe Calderón?
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