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china. china has become a really relevant player in latin america over the last decade, has really accelerated to the number one trading partner to a lot of these countries. china has a development bank that rivals the world bank and it's developed all sorts of alternative systems to make payments. it was done in part -- in partnership with the u.s. congress but also the department of treasury who are looking at things like crypto currencies thatther new technologies we haven't really gotten into that game yet. china is a big player on that. >> i think a lot of folks think that they understand putin and who he is. r, he wants to realize the greatness of the soviet union, the russian empire. an expert explained to me that he is a gangster. he is a criminal. he's a criminal boss. withs no problem working any others with a similar profile to advance his interests. he's one of the principal ofporters of mindoro -- think, is and he, i going to be taking a good look at mexico and playing in mexico, too. -- playing in mexico to sow unrest but also tap into the criminal and intelligence ne
production and the trafficking of fentanyl manufactured in china. unlike venezuela we have a willing partner. since 2008, the united states congress has 2.8 billion to combat the cartels. the fight cannot be won only with money and guns, we must also provide assistance to mexican courts and law enforcement any public officials. the report released by ai say 12 former mexican govern -- notes that at least 12 former mexican governors are accused of corruption, money laundering or narcotics trafficking and an astounding seven of ten crimes in mexico are not even reported. if the people do not trust their institutions from the local police to the neighborhoods and elected officials, the mexican government will struggle tol win this fight which is one of the reasons why i continue to work to ensure that we keep foreign assistance strong. these funds are not just going to the world's poor and they're going to the programs that work with other countries to bolster law enforcement and the rule of law and the stability of democrat see. these funds have a direct impact on the security and they
u.s. and china and the asia-pacific region in general. but there's a willingness to be more engaged in the region and understanding that the regional stability is one of the most important things we can do for economic prosperity and our own internal security here in the united states. so there's a willing tons be more engaged in it. and hopefully we can provide input as to what that means and how best to construct it. >> we thank you very much, senator, for your terrific discussion of this issue. obviously, your serious attention that you're giving this problem that we're confronting. and identifying opportunities for getting ahead of the crisis. thank you very much. god bless. and i want to thank you. >> thank you very much. [ applause ] >>> so think we are going to go ahead and get started. we have a lot of knowledge assembled on this dias. i'm going to draw mmatically ree your bios, these are extremely accomplished people. but we want important information to get to. selena is from the national defense university. she worked on elicit networks, organized crime, counter terrorism
a lot of attention. the history of the 20% will be largely be determined by us and china. there is a willingness to be more engaged in the region and an understanding that regional stability is one the mosty important things we can do for economic prosperity in our own internal security here in the united states. his willingness to be more engaged and hopefully we can fight them but that what that means. >> we thank you very much, senator, for your terrific t discussion of this issue. obviously, your serious attention that you are givingri this problem that we are considering and identifying opportunities for getting ahead of the crisis. thank you very much. god bless you. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> will ask our other panelists to join us in. [inaudible conversations] i think we'll get started. we don't have a lot of time but we have a lot of knowledge on this topic. to me start this week i have dramatically reduced your bios. it is not to suggest that these are not amazing a compost people but i think we better get to the questions. marlena is a professor. she focuses o
so of those companies and countries china rifles of world bank. but those covered done in partnership those that were looking at crip did currency. >> and a lot of those that understand and what they want to do with the greatness of the soviet union. and as an expert explain to me and then to a advance their interests. but to see how the others are holding in there and then to look at mexico so with that unrest causing problems for the united states. >> so there is no end? [laughter] that is a depressing note to end on. that actually everybody on this list and two owe them a debt of gratitude and that is the hope of the people that policy makers will make a serious look from public sources so whether it is treasury or the u.s. government and not just for a the western hemisphere. and across of borders if those of you have children with criminality and drugs is imperative to give some thought to construct these networks. [applause] [inaudible conversations]
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