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Indigenous autonomy and Latin American state security in contexts of criminal violence: the cases of Cauca in Colombia and Guerrero in Mexico (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2023-01-08)Scholars writing on Indigenous autonomy in the Americas have focused mainly on social movement demands and on the implementation of laws that enshrine autonomy rights. The motives of state officials in enacting de jure ...
Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Governance: Why Regional Ethnic Autonomy Institutions Protect Communities from Narco Rule in Mexico (Latin American Studies Association, 2019-04-10)This article explains why some indigenous communities in Mexico have been able to resist drug cartels’ attempts to take over their local governments, populations, and territories while others have not. While indigenous ...
(University of California Press, 2022-11-01)Between 2000 and 2020, over one-third of the population increase of Yucatán’s capital city, Mérida, was due to the increase in the population born in another state in Mexico. Compared to the rest of Mexico and to Yucatán’s ...