Category: Mexico

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Immanuel Wallerstein: Trump’s World Policy: The Two Hotspots

Mexico was arguably the principal subject of his entire campaign, first for the Republican nomination and then for the presidential election

Michael Hogan: Next Time Trump Bashes Mexico, Remember This

Americans were the first illegal immigrants to their country, violating their laws, fomenting revolt, and later with our army violating their sovereign territory

Danica Jorden: Mexican President Says Eat Cake As Protests Sweep Country

Thousands of people from all walks of life are filling Mexico City’s famous Zócalo in daily protests against the gas price hike

Ann Deslandes: The Zapatistas Are Building The World We Ask For

The Zapatistas want “science for life” — a science that flourishes against the sword, the bullet

John Ackerman: Mexico: Ending the Neoliberal Nightmare

The emergence of new social and political movements may represent a beacon of hope to revive the region’s Left

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Laura Carlsen: Presidente Trump, Mexico’s Worst Nightmare

Mexican civil society is stepping into the void, rapidly getting together to develop proposals to affirm respect for their rights and dignity

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Leonidas Oikonomakis: Zapatistas propose indigenous woman for Mexican presidency

“May the earth shake at its core…” was the title of the announcement. And, indeed, the news came like an earthquake — and not only for Mexican politics

Buddy Bell: Policies of Exclusion Challenged Across the Board and Across the Border

On the morning of Oct. 8, a group of US veterans who were deported to Mexico, in some cases after having fought in U.S. wars, congregated in Plaza Ochoa, Nogales, Sonora

Sarah Aziza: Binational vigil at US-Mexico border protests US state violence

Hundreds of activists gathered at the U.S.-Mexico border for a demonstration of multilateral unity

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Tamara Pearson: Resist to Exist: Mexico Still Protesting Two Years after Disappearance of 43 Students

A key achievement of the Ayotzinapa movement after two years has been the deepened awareness by the Mexican population of the government’s corruption and ineptness

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