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The anti-crime package in Congress now may not be enough to fight transnational gangs.
A common denominator unites Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro and Mexico’s Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Without independent players, corruption and crime will continue to plague Mexico.
Brazil’s biggest gang has expanded across the region. Confronting them head-on might just make the problem worse.
Urban violence may define the 2018 campaign as much as the economy, writes AQ’s editor-in-chief.
Legal gun sales – and black market forces – keep arms flowing across the U.S.-Mexico border.
​El concejal caraqueño Jesús Armas conversó con AQ sobre las condiciones de vida en la ciudad más violenta del mundo.
Washington's drug war distorts Central American priorities, but some homegrown steps are worth considering.
Thirty years after covering wars in the "Northern Triangle," a veteran reporter returns to find several reasons for hope amid the violence.
A small number of criminals and gang leaders have the power to control violence. Latin America should focus on shaping their behavior.

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