Redefining Mexican "Security": Society, State & Region under NAFTA

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Index
Acapulco, 113
Aguayo Quezada, Sergio, 145, 158
Agustín Pro Juárez, 130
Alemán, Miguel, 155
Alianza Civica, 73-75, 81, 140, 142, 144, 145
'Already Said, ' 179
Altamirano, 58, 65, 80
Alvarez de Castillo, Juan, 111
Amatenango, 76
Americas Watch, 127, 128, 133
Amnesty International, 66, 127, 130
Andean Drug War, 99, 110, 111, 116-117
Angel Guerria, José, 69
Arevala Gordoqui, General Juan, 109
Argentina, 170
Arms trafficking, 107
Article 27 (of Mexican Constitution), 32, 40, 62
Authoritarian dictatorship, 136, 138, 170
Avendaño, Amado, 72, 73, 74
Baja California, 145
Bartlett, Manuel, 111
Bartra, Roger, 136
Berlin Wall, 178
Blanco Garrido, González, 158
Bolivia: and narcotrafficking, 100-101, 102; U. S. role in, 101
Bolshevik Revolution, 155
Border Environmental Cooperation Commission, 8, 39
Bracero Program, 44
Brazil, 170
Bush, George, 128, 145
Cacique, 60, 61, 63, 70, 73
Cali cartel, 113
Camacho Solís, Manuel 74
Camerena Salazar, Enrique, 109, 110, 111
Camp, Roderic Ai, 145, 158
Campeche, 58
Cancún, 134
Cárdenas, Cuauhtémoc, 74, 145
Cárdenas, Lázaro, 28, 59, 145, 154, 155
Carrillo Oleo, Jorge, 157
Caro Quintero, Rafael, 109
Carpizo, Jorge, 111, 112
Castro, Fidel, 156, 178
Catholic Church, 62, 63, 74
Central America, 63, 109, 132, 133, 156, 160, 161
Central Independiente de Obreros Agricolas y Campesinos, 60, 62
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 29
Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé, 80
Centro de Investigatión y Seguridad Nacional, 62, 161
Chamula Indians, 62-63
Charrismo, 29
Chiapas, 2, 10, 57-98, 162, 169; coffee production, 61; democracy, 140, 145; and environment, 40-41; human rights, 132; narcotrafficking, 108, 116, 117; strategic resources in, 63, 69
Chiapas Cattlemen's Association, 62
Chihuahua, 71, 105, 145
Chile, 170
Chilpancingo, 157
Chontales Indians, 83
Christopher, Warren, 131
Civil Society, 6, 78, 142
Class conflict, 5, 35, 89
Clausewitz, Carl von, 69, 189
Cleaver, Harry, 69
Clinton Administration, 26, 162-163, 169; and narcotrafficking, 114, 117-118
Coahuila, 139
Cocaine (and coca), 99-123
Cold War, 3, 8, 9, 29, 64, 155-156
Colombia, 103-105; narcoterrorism in, 103; U. S. role in, 104, 105, 107, 108, 113
Colosio, Luis Donaldo, 2, 26, 70, 112, 139, 140
Comandante José Arturo, 86

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