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Mark Schneider

Former Senior Adviser

In The News

23 Mar 2017
The United States should recognise that its own economic and security interests would be well served by cooperation, not confrontation, with Mexico to tackle organised crime and corruption. Miami Herald

Mark Schneider

Former Senior Adviser
3 Feb 2017
Drug cartels that dominate cocaine trafficking through the Central American corridor to Mexico and U.S. markets siphon young migrant girls, boys and women to brothels and other way-points of human trafficking. Miami Herald

Mark Schneider

Former Senior Adviser
1 Apr 2016
[In Colombia], the announcement of the start of talks with the ELN may speed the process of reaching a final deal with the FARC and ease the process of implementing the agreement in the short and long-term. Latin America Advisor

Mark Schneider

Former Senior Adviser
1 Apr 2016
[In Colombia], the announcement of the start of talks with the ELN may speed the process of reaching a final deal with the FARC and ease the process of implementing the agreement in the short and long-term. Latin America Advisor

Mark Schneider

Former Senior Adviser

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Cuba and the U.S.: Turning the Page

In the three posts below, the director of Crisis Group’s Latin America and Caribbean program, Javier Ciurlizza, and our vice president and special adviser on Latin America, Mark Schneider, look ahead to how the U.S. and Cuban moves could transform the wider region.

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