Dark Clouds over Sunshine Week as Network Fires Mexico’s Leading Investigative Team
Press Freedom / Transparency

Dark Clouds over Sunshine Week as Network Fires Mexico’s Leading Investigative Team

National Security Archive deeply troubled over dismissal of journalists in Mexico This statement reflects the views and opinions of Michael Evans, Jesse Franzblau and Kate Doyle of the National Security Archive’s Mexico Project staff. The National Security Archive is deeply troubled over the decision by Mexican news network Noticias MVS to dismantle the country’s top investigative … Continue reading

Ayotzinapa and Beyond: Documenting the Drug War’s Hidden Atrocities
Human Rights

Ayotzinapa and Beyond: Documenting the Drug War’s Hidden Atrocities

As independent forensic experts cast further doubt on the Mexican government’s account of the September 2014 disappearance of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa Normal School in Iguala, Guerrero, a new examination of declassified U.S. archives sheds light on the alarming pattern of drug war atrocities that predate the Ayotzinapa case. In a new article for … Continue reading