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BEYOND THE BORDER: MEXICO’S INTERNAL CONFLICT IS THE UNITED STATES’ PROBLEM
     

BEYOND THE BORDER: MEXICO’S INTERNAL CONFLICT IS THE UNITED STATES’ PROBLEM

by George Lachicotte III
 
This monograph provides a starting point to address the importance of strategic guidance as it relates to operational planning for synchronized tactical actions. Analyzing Mexico’s drug-war offers an interesting case study to help understand the current situation surrounding non-traditional forms of war, such as a drug related war, and how Mexico’s

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This monograph provides a starting point to address the importance of strategic guidance as it relates to operational planning for synchronized tactical actions. Analyzing Mexico’s drug-war offers an interesting case study to help understand the current situation surrounding non-traditional forms of war, such as a drug related war, and how Mexico’s internal conflict impacts their regional neighbors as well as the international community. The ultimate aim is to achieve a competent level of understanding in order to establish a unified regional approach that will disrupt the Mexican drug trafficking organizations and reduce violence to an acceptable and controllable level. Accomplishing this requires the unified efforts of all elements of national power from the U.S., Mexican, and regional governments by designing an operational approach that focuses efforts and unifies goals. The current U.S. and Mexican strategies work to contain drug trafficking organizations on a limited basis, but fail to fix the problem for the long-term because of their limited approach. At the conclusion, this study reveals how the employment of unified governmental approach can enhance the United States and Mexico’s current security strategy by disrupting

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149066988
Publisher:
ReadCycle
Publication date:
11/14/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
928 KB

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