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The Border

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A City Under Siege

New America Media, News Report, Jos Luis Sierra, Apr 13, 2009

Even with continuous patrolling by military and federal police in Juarez, some sectors of the population dont feel safe. Many claim that the police and the military are the worst offenders.

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Calderons Drug War Fails to Keep Civilians Safe

New America Media, News Analysis, NAM contributor, Apr 07, 2009

Pres. Felipe Calderons war against drug cartels has increased incidents of violence against civilians and failed to keep them safe.

Dangerous Spring Break?

El Mensajero, Video, News Report, By Francisco Barradas, Translated by Suzanne Manneh // Video: Amanda Martinez, Apr 05, 2009

Since the State Department issued a travel alert about the increased violence in Mexico, U.S. media have discouraged Americans from going there.Traduccin al espaol

Singing the Border Business Blues

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Apr 02, 2009

American malls on the U.S.-Mexico border have seen a huge drop in customers from both countries.

The Borders 'Agent Orange' Controversy

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Mar 31, 2009

Four decades after the Vietnam War, the U.S. Border Patrol intends to employ a chemical herbicide in order to eradicate Carrizo cane on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Border Militarization Deepens

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Mar 19, 2009

By putting men in uniform in charge of the law in Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez, Felipe Calderon is embarking on a high-stakes gamble that the public security crisis can be calmed with an iron fist.

Ciudad Juarez Militarized

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Mar 17, 2009

In an operation reminiscent of the U.S. military surge in Iraq two years ago, thousands of Mexican soldiers and federal police are swarming the streets of Ciudad Juarez.

Americans in Mexico

Finding the American Dream - In Mexico

New America Media, News feature, Louis E.V. Nevaer, Mar 17, 2009

At some point last fall, the one millionth American established residency here in Mexico. That makes Mexico the host nation for the largest American expatriate community in the world. There are now more Americans living in Mexico than there are in the U.K. or Canada.

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A Small Border Town Thrives on Dental Tourism

New America Media, Video, Cliff Parker & Carlos Cota Estvez, Mar 12, 2009

On a good day, Los Algodones, a Mexican border town in Baja California, receives some 10,000 visitors. It has now become a destination for Americans and Mexicans in search of affordable dental and health care services.

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Bolstering Mexico with Immigration and Economic Reforms

New America Media, Commentary, Edward W. Littlefield, Mar 12, 2009

The United States should consider the recessions effect on the flow of people north and remittances south while formulating a multifaceted approach toward a troubled Mexico.

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