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Cartel Car Bombings in Mexico By Robert J. Bunker et al.
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Contemporary Mexican cartel use of car bombs began in mid-July 2010 and has since escalated. Given the proximity to the United States, some literally within miles of the border, the car bombings,... More > with about 20 incidents identified over the last 2 1/2 years, should be of interest to local, state, and federal U.S. law enforcement, the U.S. Army, and other governmental institutions which are providing increasing support to Mexican federal agencies. An historical overview and analysis of cartel car bomb use in Mexico provides context, insights, and lessons learned stemming from the Medellin and Cali cartel car bombing campaigns. In order to generate insights into future cartel car bombings in Mexico, the identification of such potentials offers a glimpse into cartel “enemy intent,” a possible form of actionable strategic intelligence. For Mexico, steady and both slowly and quickly increasing car bomb use trajectories may exist.< Less
On the Margins - US Americans in a border town to Mexico By Johannes Wilm
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Johannes Wilm, an organizer and activist from Oslo, Norway, goes off to live in and study Douglas, AZ, a border town to Mexico, for half a year. At first sight, Douglas looks like nothing but a run... More > down company town - after the Phelps Dodge smelter left in the 1980s. Interestingly though, Wilm discovers that old modes of social stratification disappeared together with the jobs. This book has to be seen as a tribute to the progressive sides of the lumpenproletariat. "This is a well written, experience-near ethnography of marginality in every sense of the word: Douglas is literally on the margins between the USA and Mexico, it is geographically marginal, economically marginal and culturally marginal in the US context. Wilm weaves a convincing and compelling picture of the precarious, reckless and often paradoxical lives led by people in Douglas." —Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Professor of Social Anthropology (Oslo/Amsterdam)< Less
Completely Translated U.S. to Mexico Prescription Drug Guide By Russ Avery
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Translates all United States Prescription drugs into the names of these drugs sold in Mexico.The complete reference guide for buying Brand Name drugs in Mexico.
Completely Translated U.S. to Mexico Prescription Drug Guide By Russ Avery
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Translates all United States Prescription drugs into the names of these drugs sold in Mexico.The complete reference guide for buying Brand Name drugs in Mexico.
Merida Mexico 2014 By John Mitchell
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Images of the historical city of Mérida, capital of the state of Yucatán, Mexico. Calendar shows U.S, Canadian, and Mexican holidays. All photos Copyright John Mitchell 2013.
Mexico A "Spy" Guide By IBPUSA
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National security,army,foreign and domestic politics,conflicts,relations with the US,international activity,economy,technology,mineral resources,culture,traditions,government and bus contacts
Mexico A "Spy" Guide By IBPUSA
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Mexico A "Spy" Guide By IBPUSA
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Mexico A "Spy" Guide By IBPUSA
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Folk Tales from Mexico By Students' Academy
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Myths are narrations that tell us about the origin of gods, of the creation of our world and space. The importance of both types of tales is that they are created inside the context of a group and as... More > a result they can be used to see the different characteristics of the group’s culture. They usually show us religion, beliefs or try to explain natural phenomena. Mexico had a lot of cultures and indigenous groups. Each of them with their own narrations related with their history, with their beliefs, traditions or religion. They illustrate the creation of the world, the activities of gods, or histories about incredible heroes or phenomena.< Less