Carrollton businessman wants to make Mexico the next destination for medical tourism - Mexico Institute in the News
Christopher Wilson spoke to The Dallas Morning News about Mexico's potential to become a more medical tourism destination for Americans. He said, “Mexico needs to get more hospitals certified by the Joint Commission, address violence and the perception of it, and needs to significantly increase advertising in the United States.”
New report by Dolia Estévez on the conference that took place October 7-8, 2007 in El Paso, Texas.
This article is in Spanish. Christopher Wilson of the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center participated in the meeting of the Economic Development Council of the State of Chihuahua.
Mexico Institute in the News: Global State of Security in the US/Mexico Border Region Explored in New Report
A new paper released this month hopes to establish a “framework for measuring border security” that will “begin to set a base line for measuring border security between the United States and Mexico.” The report was co-authored by Erik Lee (Arizona State University) and Eric Olson, Associate Director of the Mexico Institute.
In this article, the author presents a network analysis of the Sinaloa Cartel, and the paper asserts that network analysis is an important tool that is available to governments around the world to fight organized crime.
Chris Wilson, Associate of the Mexico Institute, was interviewed by BBC World Service Radio and Al Jazeera about the upcoming presidential elections in Mexico.
Pillar IV of Beyond Merida: Addressing the Socio-Economic Causes of Drug Related Crime and Violence in Mexico
This paper is being released in preliminary form to inform the public about one key element in the strategy to address the underlying factors contributing to the violence and threats from organized.
Mexican cartels are increasingly making and trafficking more meth, which could cause more violence to accompany added competition among the cartels.