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Mexico Certification
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Mexico Certification

Mexico Certification

Mexico Certification
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Commentator Ralph Peters says that the decision to certify Mexico as a "drug-fighting partner" divided opinion between the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the D-E-A. He says that while some analysts see Mexico as corrupt, yet redeemable...others say that sharing a border with Mexico as an immense liability, and that the government is hopelessly corrupted. Peters says that both views are essentially correct.

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