The U.S. most certainly has a lot of problematic statues. But so does Latin America and that reflects the history of racism and genocide just as profound there as here. Moreover, the cultural politics
Who knew that Mexico deciding to shut breweries down as non-essential could lead to this problem! Tainted alcohol has killed dozens of people in Mexico within the past two weeks, prompting concerns th
What a time to be alive: In Afghanistan, the Taliban has dispatched health teams to far-flung provinces to confront the coronavirus. In Mexico, drug cartels are offering aid packages to those feeling
The response of Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to COVID-19 is astonishing, making Trump look rational by comparison. All around Latin America, governments have spent the past few weeks
We think of the Mexican cartels as being about drugs, and of course they are, but like any organized crime gang, they are going to get their hooks into anything they can. That includes illegal timber.
All the freaking out about migrants from Mexico and Central America completely ignores how the U.S. itself destabilizes these places in a wide variety of ways, including its corporate policies, its dr
This story isn’t particularly exciting per se because it’s just a brief moment in time. But it’s worth mentioning anyway. I’ve been in Mexico all month. It’s great, thoug
Mexico and the United States are two very different nations with different problems and different ways of governing. But both are deeply troubled and so both have attracted charismatic politicians who