By Michael Stott
According to the Financial Times, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile are "the new additions" to the international drug trafficking market.
An explosion that blew off the facade of two modest houses, killing at least five people. Two bodies hanging from a bridge over a busy road. At least 187 inmates killed, some beheaded, in two prison massacres.
This trail of blood would not be strange in Mexico or Colombia, marked by drug violence for decades. However, it . . .