LAST year, voters in Colorado and Washington state approved initiatives legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. While the details are being worked out, those watching the developments are not only in the United States.
Last year, voters in Colorado and Washington state approved initiatives legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. While the details are being worked out, those watching the developments are in not only the United States.
In an interview broadcast Sunday on Univision’s “Al Punto” program, former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda sharply criticized the just-passed U.S. Senate bill’s provisions to lengthen the border fence and limit the number of temporary worker visa
At first, Mexico’s recent presidential election looked unpromising: the PRI, the country’s long-dominant party, crept back into office, but with only 38 percent of the vote and no majority in Congress. Yet the campaign revealed just how much Mexicans actu
It’s not hard to explain why, after 71 uninterrupted years in power, Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party lost the 2000 presidential elections.
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.
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.
Reseña de “Mañana Forever? Mexico and the Mexicans.” en la edición Septiembre/Octubre de Foreign Affairs
Mexico’s progress continues to be inhibited by resistance to change—a resistance that today, according to Jorge Castañeda, has placed Mexico’s democracy and the country at a crossroads.
Entrevista realizada al Dr. Jorge G. Castañeda para el programa de Charlie Rose, que se transmitio el 10 de Agosto por Bloomberg. En esta ocasión en Dr. Castañeda habló sobre su mas reciente libro “Mañana Forever? Mexico and the Mexicans” (A. Knopf, 2011)