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Powering Up NAFTA

Powering Up NAFTA

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The Other Side of Immigration (2009)

The Other Side of Immigration (2009)

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Shared Policy for Mexico’s New President and America’s Old President

Shared Policy for Mexico’s New President and America’s Old President

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5 Foreign Policy Challenges Obama Can Tackle From Home

5 Foreign Policy Challenges Obama Can Tackle From Home

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Mexico’s Most Important Election

Mexico’s Most Important Election

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Will Fast and Furious survive the election? DOJ seeks to limit authority of future congressional investigations

Will Fast and Furious survive the election? DOJ seeks to limit authority of future congressional investigations

When you’re right, you’re right. I’m talking about Fast and Furious, the gun-walking operation the US Department of Justice used (illegally if the Export Control Act still carries any weight) to funnel more than 2000 fully operational combat-ready guns and other serious weaponry across the US-Mexico border and into the hands of cartel gang members. The ‘covert op’ nobody in Washington knew anything about but which, nevertheless, allowed cartel assassins to use these weapons to gun down hundreds of innocent people, including US law enforcement agents like Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Almost ten months ago, in this very blog (Brian Terry, Jesus Diaz, Dakota Meyer: Justice in 2012?), this writer suggested that, the nearer we came to the election, the less would be said, and done, in regard to the plight of the Terry Family and their hope that, in the case of Fast and Furious, ‘justice would be done.’

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Mexico’s Growing Middle Class

Mexico’s Growing Middle Class

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Discussing Romney’s Policy on Latin America

Discussing Romney’s Policy on Latin America

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Winning an Election in the Americas: Apathy and Corruption Compete for the Best of the Worst

Winning an Election in the Americas: Apathy and Corruption Compete for the Best of the Worst

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The Career Minded Immigrant: Redefining Facts in the U.S. Immigration Debate

The Career Minded Immigrant: Redefining Facts in the U.S. Immigration Debate

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Mexico’s Economic Rebound: Good News, Bad News

Mexico’s Economic Rebound: Good News, Bad News

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On Eve of Mexican Election, Government Uncertainty Remains

On Eve of Mexican Election, Government Uncertainty Remains

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Lines Between Unelected and Elected Democracy: Mexico, Paraguay, and Egypt Compared

Lines Between Unelected and Elected Democracy: Mexico, Paraguay, and Egypt Compared

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Updates on Women, Children, and Human Rights Around the Globe

Updates on Women, Children, and Human Rights Around the Globe

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Voices on the Future of Mexico: Enter the Debate!

Voices on the Future of Mexico: Enter the Debate!

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