Document Type

Article

Department

Politics and Economics (CGU)

Publication Date

2011

Disciplines

Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

Abstract

The authors of this piece, individually, collectively, and in cooperation with other scholars and analysts, have written about the criminal insurgencies in Mexico and various themes related to them in Small Wars Journal and in many other publications for some years now. The Small Wars publications alone include "State of Siege: Mexico's Criminal Insurgency," "Plazas for Profit: Mexico's Criminal Insurgency," "Cartel v. Cartel: Mexico's Criminal Insurgency," "The Spiritual Significance of ¿Plata O Plomo?," "Explosive Escalation?: Reflections on the Car Bombing in Ciudad Juarez," and "The U.S. Strategic Imperative Must Shift From Iraq/Afghanistan to Mexico/The Americas and the Stabilization of Europe." Certain truths have become evident from such writings and the raging conflicts that they describe and analyze.

Comments

"Criminal Insurgencies in Mexico: Web and Social Media Resources" by Robert Bunker and John P. Sullivan is reprinted from Small Wars Journal per the Creative Commons license granted upon its original publication.

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