Category: Mexico

Immanuel Wallerstein: Two Cheers for Mexico’s AMLO

AMLO put forth a truly left program

Gregory Shupak: In Wake of AMLO Victory, US Media Fear Chavismo

According to the authors, keeping Mexico “open for business” for “foreign investors” should be a priority, a call for maintaining the economic status quo in a country where nearly half the population lives below the poverty line

Steve Ellner: López Obrador’s Moment

It took Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) 12 years to become president-elect of Mexico, making history for Mexico’s Left as his party’s coalition also achieves a legislative majority. But the struggle has only just begun

Vijay Prashad: Governing As a Socialist?

The mobilization of people is fundamental to the politics of López Obrador

John Ackerman: Mexico’s Leftist President-elect Promises Sweeping Changes

This moment really synthesized a lot of decades of struggles in Mexico, struggles for human rights, struggles for social movements

Sergio Aguayo: Change is coming to Mexico

Andrés Manuel López Obrador won by convincing Mexico a change of regime was possible without a civil war

Reese Erlich: Leftist Wave sweeps Mexico

Can Lopez Obrador take on Corruption, Poverty… & Trump?

Richard Roman: Obrador and Mexico’s Watershed Election

Workers, peasants, the poor, and the Left need to seize the possibilities that an AMLO victory would create without without illusions of beneficence from above and with readiness to fight

Common Dreams Staff: Mexico’s ‘Bernie Sanders’ Wins

Landslide Victory With Mandate to Reshape the Nation

Mark Weisbrot, Lara Merling, Rebecca Watts, and Jake Johnston: The Pact for Mexico after Five Years

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