Author Biography

Daniel Weisz Argomedo, M.A. is a fifth-year international student and Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Irvine. He is an associate for the Small Wars Journal. He is currently writing on the militarization in Mexico caused by the war of drugs and its effects of women’s security. He currently works as a teaching assistant in the University of Irvine California. He earned his Bachelor degree in political science from the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada and his Masters degree in International Relations from San Diego State University.



Subject Area Keywords

Complex operations, Gangs and criminal organizations, Human security, Latin America, Law enforcement, Mexico, Narcotics trafficking