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Edward Rothstein, last seen at LGM deciding that the state of Colorado actually does have history, drops a real stinker today. Rothstein goes to Oaxaca, in southern Mexico, and tells us why it is so much more authentic and real than listening to Native Americans...

Whoops!

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On December 6, 2011

Evidently Mexico has its own version of Rick Perry! Mexican presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto hit a book fair this weekend in what should have been an easy public relations.

Transnational Unionism

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On July 2, 2011
For several decades, labor has flirted with transnational unionism as a way to combat globalization and the loss of jobs in the United States. American unions began showing interest in other nations during the Cold War, when George Meany made fighting communism at home and...

Gangsters and Weak States

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On May 26, 2009
Last week I spoke with Vanda Felbab-Brown of Brookings about gangsters, pirates, insurgents, and weak states. Here we talk a bit about the violence of the Mexican drug cartels:Vanda also has a paper on the Mexican drug cartels from Brookings that's worth your valuable time.
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