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Security & Strategic Review - November 2021

MEXICO: López Obrador’s military pivot

Before taking office in December 2018, Mexico’s left-wing populist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, had little time for the armed forces and was deeply critical of its poor record on human rights. Yet nearly three years later he depends on it for everything from border security to building airports and railways. How did that transformation happen

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