Drug Policy

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The report discusses the status of U.S. counternarcotics assistance to the Colombian Army and for a U.S.-supported Colombian police aerial eradication program. It also addresses challenges Colombia and the United States face in sustaining these programs.

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This report examines recent political and economic developments in Uruguay as well as issues in U.S.-Uruguayan relations.

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Since fiscal year 2000, the United States has provided about $397 million to support Mexican counternarcotics efforts. According to the Department of State (State),much of the illicit drugs consumedin the United States flows throughor is produced in Mexic

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This report examines recent political and economic developments in Venezuela as well as issues in U.S.-Venezuelan relations.

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Throughout the last few decades, the United States has had a strong interest in El Salvador.U.S.involvement shifted towards helping the government rebuild democracy and implement market-friendly economic reforms.

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This report describes the gang problem in Central America, discusses country and regional approaches to deal with the gangs, and analyzes U.S. policy with respect to gangs in Central America.

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This report examines the political crisis in Honduras, with specific focus on the events between June 2009 and January 2010. It concludes with the inauguration of President Lobo and reviews allocations of non-humanitarian U.S. aid.

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Review of U.S. military, economic, and other obligations and allegations of human rights and other concerning violations.

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2007 update on the activities of Mexico's major Drug Trafficking Organizations.

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This report focuses on the interactions between Mexico and the United States on migration and border issues during the administrations of President George W. Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico.

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