Mexico’s Attorney General says his country does not need help in its fight against drug cartels. But some see the increased violence as a national security threat to U.S.
Diane and her guests discuss the drug violence in Mexico and how it is affecting its northern neighbor.

Guests

  • Shaun Waterman Homeland and National Security Editor for UPI.
  • Vanda Felbab-Brown Foreign Policy fellow at the Brookings Institution and adjunct professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service.
  • John Walters Executive Vice President, Hudson Institute. From December 2001 to January 2009, he was director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and a cabinet member during the Bush Administration. From 1996 until 2001 Mr. Walters served as president of the Philanthropy Roundtable, a national association of charitable foundations and individual donors.
  • Jose Diaz-Briseno Is Washington correspondent for "Reforma," the leading daily newspaper in Mexico City. His reporting covers mostly US-Mexico affairs: from border security and immigration to trade and tourism.
  • James Warriner Commander of Media Relations Unit for the Arizona Department of Public Safety

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