Expert Commentary

Why Mexican Security is Crumbling – and How That Matters Here

Eric Olson
Deputy Director, Latin American Program, Wilson Center

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The Author is Eric Olson

Eric Olson is Deputy Director of the Latin American Program and Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC. His research and writing has focused on security issues and the impacts of crime, organized crime, and violence on democratic governance. He has also written extensively about U.S. security assistance in Mexico and Central America. Prior to joining the Wilson Center, he was a Senior Specialist in the Department for... Read More

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