The calamity of criminality is drug trafficking’s worst by-product. The best way to fight it is by decriminalizing drugs and by legalizing tolerance.
The man with the peculiar head of hair knows what he knows and he knows it because he knows it.
While the visit was a way of building on the continued friendship between our two nations, it's worth looking at the two issues of disagreement we need to resolve.
Getting around the border between the U.S. and Mexico is a profitable business for the cartels. The only way to put an end to drug trafficking and illegal immigration is to open the borders.
<i>Twenty years ago, statements by Rex Tillerson and John Kelly blaming the origin of violence in Mexico on the high consumption of drugs in the United States may have had some journalistic or sociological value. Today, the secretary of state and the Homeland Security secretary repeat banal phrases to which only the [Read more]
What has to be built on the border is "a wall of cooperation" rather than a physical one.
It’s unfair to include Caribbean and Central American nations on the list of large ports for drug trafficking.
The CIA’s record is enough to bring tears to the eye.
The [Colombia] plan needs a funeral to bury the war on drugs rather than a birthday celebration.
For the eventual post-conflict period, which is coming, a new Plan Colombia would be very useful – one no longer centered on the military, but with the principal objective of building a peaceful social fabric.