To Cooperate Or Not: What is Mexico’s Security Strategy?

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In this episode, Mariana Campero speaks with security and intelligence experts Jorge Tello Peon and Juan Cruz about the efficacy of Mexico’s new security strategy, which saw more than 34,000 homicides last year—the highest in the country’s history despite the pandemic lockdowns. They also discussed recent actions that have undermined trust and cooperation between the U.S. and Mexico. Are our two countries more than neighbors—are we roommates? 
Juan Cruz
Senior Adviser (Non-resident), Americas Program and Director, Argentina-U.S. Strategic Forum