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Tourism: Campaign to attract new visitors pays off
Adam Thomson

For years, Ivan Ignatievich has been going on family holidays in and around his native Russia. But last year, he tried something different: an all-inclusive resort hotel south of Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coast. “Very nice,” he said in a thick accent as he sipped on a piña colada by the pool. “Very warm.”
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Tuesday April 17th, 2012

San Sebastian del Oeste
GT

A Have-To-See place: San Sebastian del Oeste, nineteenth-century ancestral village where you must taste the best tequila....
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Saturday April 14th, 2012

Fear of travel in Mexico because of drug wars is misplaced
Luisa Blanco

After cruise passengers were robbed in Puerto Vallarta in February, the news media's emphasis on Mexico's insecurity scared away many would-be tourists. The situation was so disconcerting that President Felipe Calderon took time at a recent White House appearance to emphasize the safety of his country.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday April 12th, 2012

Republicans Want a Fence on the Border. Big Mistake.
Larry Kaplow

Republicans say we need a fence along the border to protect us from violent Mexican drug cartels. An experienced war reporter visits Laredo, Texas, and finds a city at peace.
International | Friday December 2nd, 2011

San Miguel de Allende a safe, scenic alternative to the 'Mexico of CNN'
Ron Erskine

Where are we? In a hilltop Tuscan town? Perhaps a village perche in Provence, France?
México | Thursday December 1st, 2011

Money Laundering Crackdown Flounders in Mexico, But Does it Really Matter?
Patrick Corcoran

Despite a gathering consensus around the idea of making financial ops a key part of Mexico's drug strategy, cracking down on money laundering will never be able to make a real impact on organized crime in the country.
México | Thursday December 1st, 2011

Carlos Fuentes on Mexico's drug scars
cbc.ca

As a political commentator and the author of more than 20 novels, Carlos Fuentes is one of the most respected voices in Mexico. He has been chronicling his country's development since the late 1950s, but in recent years, he has become preoccupied with Mexico's drug war, a conflict between the government and the country's drug cartels that has led to over 45,000 murders in the last five years.
México | Wednesday November 30th, 2011

Indian 'Shadow Wolves' stalk smugglers on Arizona reservation
Brian Bennett

They work for the federal government — and also to protect sacred lands of the Tohono O'odham Nation along the border with Mexico.
International | Tuesday November 22nd, 2011

Mexico's war with itself
latimes.com

If Calderon intends to push forward with his military strategy, then he ought to, at the very least, implement some safeguards to address the abuses taking place at the hands of authorities.
México | Tuesday November 22nd, 2011

Cartel castles in Mexico evidence of drug money
Tammy Leitner

They stand out as much for their opulence as they do for the sheer fact that they are mansions in a border town where the typical home is little more than a cement block.
Nogales, Sonora | Saturday November 19th, 2011

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