Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2014 Lizett Arredondo
This thesis examines the current state of violence in Mexico that is largely attributed to drug cartel violence. In addition to noting the role of organized crime in Mexico, I include the role the United States has played in the drug industry and the increase of drug-related violence in Mexico. I analyze the implications of US gun laws and the involvement of the DEA in Mexico, along with the efficacy of such measures like NAFTA and the Mérida Initiative.
Arredondo, Lizett, "Violence in Contemporary Mexico and the Role of the United States" (2014). CMC Senior Theses. 857.
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