Security in Mexico: Implications for US Policy Options
Wednesday, January 27, 202112:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Los Angeles, CA 90095
ABOUT THE DISCUSSION
As the security situation in Mexico deteriorates and as federal, state, and local security forces in Mexico fail to stem the increasing violence, how should the United States respond. While US aid has traditionally focused on technology, training, and equipment, shall the Obama administration re-evaluate and perhaps redirect its aid to Mexico. This discussion will focus on a set of policy options and a series of promising potential policy priorities that could support Mexico’s efforts at addressing its domestic security concerns effectively while at the same time stemming the cross-border flow of violence into the United States.
ABOUT THE DISCUSSANTS
Angela Schaefer is a policy analyst with the Rand Corporation.
For a copy of Ms. Schaefer's monograph "Security in Mexico: Implications for US Policy Option", please click here
Cost : free
Sponsor(s): , Truman National Security Project