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Security & Strategic Review - January 2020

MEXICO: Seeking more international cooperation on arms trafficking control

Following the murder of nine members of a US-Mexican family in northern Mexico in November 2019, the US and Mexican governments have launched new talks over how to control the flow of illegal firearms from the US into Mexico. There have been numerous attempts to tackle this major security issue for Mexico in the past, but these have failed to deliver effective results. However, the promise of new technologies to deal with this problem has sparked optimism that this time around things might be different.

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