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The Report argues that Central America is at a dangerous crossroads and calls for security in the subregion to become a greater priority across all U.S. government agencies.

The Report argues that Central America is at a dangerous crossroads and calls for security in the subregion to become a greater priority across all U.S. government agencies.

The Report outlines key steps needed to combat Mexico’s brutal drug trafficking organizations and reduce violence in the country.

This July 2010 report by the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control states that the Taliban’s transformation into a drug cartel cannot be ignored, because it provides the terrorist organization with a massive source of financing that puts the U.S. mission in Afghanistan at risk.  The report argues that if we ignore the drug problem in Afghanistan, we will fail in Afghanistan.

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