Philip Johnson on The Thought Project - Episode 78

Philip Luke Johnson is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is also a political science writing fellow at The Graduate Center and a former adjunct instructor at Hunter College. Johnson joined The Thought Project podcast for a wide-ranging discussion about the convergence and role of organized crime and state terrorism in Mexico, which is part of a growing global phenomenon.  Johnson’s case study of the Zetas criminal syndicate that massacred migrants in San Fernando, Mexico, in 2010 was published in Perspectives on Terrorism.


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Submitted on: JAN 30, 2020

Category: General GC News | Political Science | The Thought Project