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Turning Back or Moving On?
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Turning Back or Moving On?

It’s not hard to explain why, after 71 uninterrupted years in power, Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party lost the 2000 presidential elections.

LETTER Amnesty for Immigrants?
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LETTER Amnesty for Immigrants?

Jorge G. Castañeda and Douglas S. Massey (“Do-It-Yourself Immigration Reform,” Op-Ed, June 2) argue that we should grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants because illegal immigration from Mexico is down. But this conclusion is flawed.

Do-It-Yourself Immigration Reform
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Do-It-Yourself Immigration Reform

IN the noisy American debate over immigration reform, something important seems to have escaped notice: time, and common-sense decisions by Mexican migrants, have brought us nearly everything immigration reform was supposed to achieve.

Numb to drug war’s carnage, life goes on for most Mexicans
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Numb to drug war’s carnage, life goes on for most Mexicans

Couples were walking hand in hand. Children were frolicking. Just down the road in this northern Mexican town, 49 bodies, headless with their hands and feet severed off, had been found and cleared away.

What Latin America Can Teach Us
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What Latin America Can Teach Us

IN a Bertelsmann Foundation study on social justice released this fall, the United States came in dead last among the rich countries, with only Greece, Chile, Mexico and Turkey faring worse.

What Does Mexico’s New Drug Law Portend?
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What Does Mexico’s New Drug Law Portend?

Mexico last month adopted a law that has been described as decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana and harder drugs, including cocaine and heroin. Other countries in Latin America are considering similar changes in their laws, prompti

El Salvador: Left won, but can it govern?
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El Salvador: Left won, but can it govern?

MEXICO CITY — In El Salvador, for the first time ever in Latin America, a former political-military organization that tried to gain power through the barrel of a gun has achieved its aims through the ballot box. Although the Sandinista Front in Nicaragua

COLOMBIAN CAPTIVES FREED; CHAVEZ EXPOSED
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COLOMBIAN CAPTIVES FREED; CHAVEZ EXPOSED

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez unwittingly revealed the truth about his secret relationship with Colombia’s FARC guerrillas in early January, a development that can be seen as one of the most important in recent times in Latin America.
To achieve his s

What Mexico Wants
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What Mexico Wants

NO nation is as involved in United States immigration as Mexico, and no government’s cooperation will be as necessary as Mexico’s if immigration reform is to succeed.
Fortunately, most of the reform proposals represent a very good deal for Mexico, howeve

A Way to Peace in Mexico
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A Way to Peace in Mexico

AT last, Mexico has a president-elect. The process has been painful, protracted and rife with problems for the future. Still, the Electoral Court declared yesterday that Felipe Calderón will be the country’s new chief of state on Dec. 1.
His defeated riv

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TLC: ¿ya mero?

Hoy en #Amarres escribo “TLC: ¿ya mero?”; vía EL FINANCIERO👇

Jorge G. Castañeda opina que, en la negociación del TLCAN, la parte mexicana ha procurado siempre mostrar tramposamente la mejor cara para proteger el tipo de cambio.

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