Americans seem more willing to legalize marijuana. How does that affect Mexico's drug war?
Personally, I'm against legalization. But without a doubt, it opens space for a rethinking of our drug-war policy.
You've pledged to cut the number of drug-related murders in Mexico 60,000 in the past six years in half.
I want to bring a much more coordinated approach to combatting and preventing the violence. Our law-enforcement and judicial systems have a very low level of effectiveness: only 2 of every 100 violent crimes result in convictions. But remember that without better economic opportunity you can't have better...