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Waiting for Your Asylum Number to Get Called
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Waiting for Your Asylum Number to Get Called
May 20, 2019

The U.S.-Mexico border at the Pacific Ocean is composed of two very tall fences, with a no man’s land of about 30 feet in between. Sensors and cameras alert U.S Border Patrol guards of any activity on or between the fences.

Trump: Extortionist-in-Chief
May 15, 2019

The world is growing increasingly tired of Trump bullying others to the point that the international order has frayed at the seams.

Trump: Extortionist-in-Chief
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From Madero to Maduro: Lessons of the Mexican Revolution for 21st Century Venezuela
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From Madero to Maduro: Lessons of the Mexican Revolution for 21st Century Venezuela
February 21, 2019

The precedent of Mexico more than a century ago teaches us that if the US plot to topple Maduro were to succeed, then civil war and chaos would follow.

Mexico’s AMLO Rejects Venezuela Coup and Becomes a Bulwark Against US Imperialism
February 2, 2019

One after another right-wing government in the region — including Colombia, Chile, and Brazil — affirmed their support for Guaidó. Then, in a break in what had appeared to be a unified front, a spokesman for the Mexican government of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that it would not recognize Juan Guaidó.

Mexico’s AMLO Rejects Venezuela Coup and Becomes a Bulwark Against US Imperialism
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Andrés Obrador Becomes President of Mexico: Good Prospects for Russian-Mexican Relations
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Andrés Obrador Becomes President of Mexico: Good Prospects for Russian-Mexican Relations
July 4, 2018

Experts believe that Obrador’s election is a good chance to spur the Russian-Mexican cooperation in all spheres. President Putin also expressed hope that the bilateral relationship will get a new impetus.

Obrador Seeks to Restore Mexican Sovereignty
July 4, 2018

For decades, the specter of Andrés Manuel López Obrador has haunted Mexico’s ruling elites. His triumph on Sunday could change the country’s domestic, regional, and international outlook, says Dan Steinbock.

Obrador Seeks to Restore Mexican Sovereignty
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The Fight over Mexican-American Books
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The Fight over Mexican-American Books
July 7, 2017

Arizona’s resistance to allowing school books and courses that teach Mexican-American history and culture has generated resistance, both in underground efforts to provide the books to students and to challenge the ban on courses in courts as discriminatory.

International Political Insanity: Unhinged Leaders Rule the Day
March 14, 2017

From the Philippines and the United States and Turkey to Guatemala, «populist» leaders have engaged in troubling name-calling and anti-democratic antics. In fact, the leaders who hammered out the ill-fated and hostility-ensuring Munich Agreement of 1938, including German chancellor Adolf Hitler and Italian prime minister Benito Mussolini, demonstrated more civility and decorum toward one another and for public display than many political leaders of today.

International Political Insanity: Unhinged Leaders Rule the Day
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