U.S.-Mexico Drug War: Will Elections Change the Battlefield?

Violence-marred elections in Mexico cast a shadow over President Felipe Calderon's war on drugs, as the opposition party secured key spots in border towns that have become hot spots for narcotics-related bloodshed. The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) held onto power in the border cities of Ciudad Juarez, one of the world's most dangerous cities, and Tamaulipas, where the party's first candidate was gunned down by suspected drug cartel members. Several PRI candidates are thought to be...Full Story
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