Andrew Selee appears on “Latino USA with María Hinojosa”

NPR, 9/15/11

The drug war in Mexico has claimed over 35,000 lives since President Felipe Calderón took office in 2006. Although his tactics continue to lose popularity, a new poll suggests that Mexicans are becoming increasingly open towards using U.S. military help in the war against the drug traffickers. María talks to Andrew Selee, the Director of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute to discuss U.S. involvement in an escalating drug war.

To download an mp3 of this segment, click here.


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