Joshua Treviño and Melissa Ford Maldonado discuss the latest headlines surrounding our southern border beginning with the anniversary of the creation of the Monroe Doctrine and its implications in the 21st century, including the Guyana–Venezuela crisis.
Passage from Monroe Doctrine (1823)
Janet Yellen’s Mexico visit targets fentanyl, arms trafficking and money laundering
EXCLUSIVE: Border Agents From Across The Country Called To ‘Virtually’ Process Migrants Surging Across Southern Border
“Two factions [of the Sinaloa Cartel] have been battling, not over synthetic drug trafficking routes, but control of migrant smuggling through this corridor [in Sasabe, Sonora]” –@InSightCrime
— All Source News (@All_Source_News) November 24, 2023
Venezuela’s Maduro Arrests Opposition Figures Challenging Guyana Region Annexation
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