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Romain Le Cour Grandmaison
Romain Le Cour Grandmaison holds a Ph.D in Political Science from the Sorbonne University, and is the Co-founder of Noria Research. He also acts as Chief Research Officer and Coordinator of the Mexico & Central America Program.
Chapter 3 – Between Manna and Uncertainty. Poppy as a Political Opiate in Guerrero.
Introduction “In the eighties, even up to the crisis of ’94, a kilo of gum could get you a new pick-up. Or you could buildRead More
Armed Militias: For a State Strategy in Michoacán, Mexico
Introduction Ever since the self-defense groups appeared in February 2013, Michoacán finds itself in a profound political reconfiguration process mainly led by armed groups, beRead More
Self-defense groups, Cartels and territorial reconfiguration in Michoacan
“If your photographs are not good enough, you are not close enough” – Robert Capa Since July[note]Note from the editor : This report was initially publishedRead More