The Washington Post has a fascinating story and slideshow today about a museum the Mexican government has to help its officials and foreign guests learn about the drug war it’s fighting. It’s not open to general public. Mexican museum details the real enemy: drug cartels is the name of the slideshow. Here’s how the article describes it:

Army Capt. Claudio Montane, the museum’s curator, meets visitors at the door and explains, “The idea is to show the history of drugs, the various methods of the narcos, our operations and interceptions against them, as well as their mode of life, the social phenomenon of this narco-culture.”

The article isn’t accessible to ELL’s, but portions could be modified. It’s titled In harsh reflection of reality, Mexico’s Museum of Drugs outgrowing its space.

I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Learn About Mexico’s Drug War.