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Los 68 del 68 / Agosto 30, 2006 / Reforma
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Los 68 del 68 / Agosto 30, 2006 / Reforma

El informe histórico del fiscal Carrillo Prieto sobre el 68 sigue embargado en Los Pinos. Nadie sabe cuándo será liberado, pero ya se empieza a saber qué dice. Por la situación actual, donde el uso de la fuerza por el Estado mexicano en las inminentes coyunturas conflictivas se está discutiendo, el texto contiene elementos que pueden resultar muy ilustrativos…

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What Else Ends With Castro

Aug. 21-28, 2006 issue – As always in countries like Cuba, speculation is by definition idle. No one knows whether Fidel Castro is alive and well, dead or dying, recovering or permanently incapacitated. The biological outcome of the current drama in Havan

Newsweek, Otros Artículos

The World’s Toughest Job

This may be a long hot summer in Mexico, but the outcome seems not to be in doubt. Perhaps by only half a percentage point, possibly with huge demonstrations taking place through the end of August, with or without the vote-by-vote recount demanded by form

After Mexico’s Election
Otros Artículos, The Washington Post

After Mexico’s Election

Close elections are no big deal; they happen nearly everywhere and very often. If the close July 2 vote in Mexico, my country, seems surprising and confusing, it’s simply because there have been very few real elections, close or otherwise. Most scholars w

Newsweek, Otros Artículos

No Need for Soul-Searching

June 19, 2006 issue – That Mexico has an election too close to call is in itself news: with the exception of the previous presidential vote in 2000, this has never happened before. Perhaps this is why it seems such a strange contest, and why the real cons

Newsweek, Otros Artículos

Mexico’s Sinking Front Runner

Mexico’s July 2 presidential election has all of a sudden become a tossup. Polls before last week’s debate already showed a close race; former front runner Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s decision to forego the debate clearly hurt him and confirmed his decl

Good Neighbor Policy
Otros Artículos, The New York Times

Good Neighbor Policy

THERE are many excellent reasons to salvage the immigration bill that collapsed two months ago in the Senate. But one of the most overlooked lies not in the protests that have filled streets in Los Angeles and Washington, but in the wave of populism that

Newsweek, Otros Artículos

Why Chile Really Matters

In the reams of commentary about newly inaugurated Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, two statements are systematically repeated. The first contrasts the supposedly conservative nature of Chilean society against the fact that Bachelet is the first woman

Newsweek, Otros Artículos

Time to Step Up to the Plate

Later this month the U.S. Senate is likely to begin one of its most frustrating and recurrent exercises—and at the same time one of its most important deliberations, at least for nations in the Western Hemisphere. The Judiciary and Foreign Relations commi

Mending Fences South of the Border
Otros Artículos, The Washington Post

Mending Fences South of the Border

At the inauguration tomorrow of Evo Morales as Bolivia’s new president, the United States — which has a significant military and aid presence in that country — will be represented by a deputy assistant secretary of state. This is just further evidence –

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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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