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What the new U.S.-Mexico deal means for drug policy

The Baker Institute

What the new U.S.-Mexico deal means for drug policy.

This October the U.S. and Mexico agreed on a new bilateral security program, but "unless the United States and Mexico pursue domestic structural reforms ... both nations risk backsliding to the failures of the drug wars," writes MGA student and Drug Policy guest contributor Sidney Phillips. 

Read the post on the Baker Institute Blog.