Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Drug lessons from Latin America

This is an interesting translation of an article in which various former Latin American presidents scold the US for its paltry efforts to control drug consumption. Countries like Colombia and Mexico say they are making a huge effort and lots of sacrifices to curb drug trafficking, but they feel like the US is not pulling its own weight in the collaboration. Until the US has reduced consumption on its own soil, any attempts to stem the flow of drugs to the States will ultimately prove futile.

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