User Profile: Nick Dauster
This user has submitted 42 translations to Watching America.
Mexico has become the doorman or goalkeeper for the United States government. [Read more]
This is a matter of maintaining the election ruse ... in which the mean-spirited discourse of fear of others prevailed. [Read more]
[T]he tactical defeat suffered by Trump could be ... a substantial victory for the racist and xenophobic agenda that has dominated the debate about ... immigration policy. [Read more]
None of the plans for, or routes to, better living conditions for the population of the Central American countries will bear fruit while weak democracies persist. [Read more]
[T]he wall has become more like a metaphor for the polarized political situation in the United States. [Read more]
[T]he Mexican Secretariat of the Interior has not ... developed a clear policy on how to proceed given the directives regarding asylum from the Trump administration. [Read more]
Mexico is being confronted by a crisis of unimaginable dimensions, and not just because of the repeated threats by Trump to close the whole border to solve the [migrant caravan] problem. [Read more]
[W]hat happened on Tuesday was in fact a defeat for Trump. But it is also true that it complicates Mexico’s bilateral agenda with the United States. [Read more]
Our historic association with the countries of the isthmus would benefit from our northern neighbor providing resources, rather than scorn. [Read more]
Today, the principal problem that afflicts the American continent, from Brazil to the United States, is migration, the closure of borders and human rights. [Read more]
Neither growth nor stability is assured, much less fairness. [Read more]
Still, the question remains regarding whether it wouldn’t have been better to proceed with the negotiations in the presence of Canada, given the market that the two countries represent for the United States... [Read more]
[Trump] is determined to end the program when it does not concern the parents of his wife. [Read more]
Trump’s future will be defined by the next midterm elections. [Read more]
Manafort represents corrupt lobbying par excellence. [Read more]
The situation today is much worse than in the past. [Read more]
What Trump would be proposing as we said in November 2016, is a type of total commercial war, with changes in global equilibria, but also in the principal paradigms of world order. [Read more]
Representatives and senators of the Permanent Commission of the national Congress agreed yesterday on a unanimous rejection of the “xenophobic and racist statements of the president of the U.S.,” Donald Trump.
In addition, in support of the statement by President Enrique Peña Nieto in which he reiterated that [Read more]
The hope of concluding NAFTA negotiations in a satisfactory manner does not depend on Paul Ryan’s timing of the Mexican elections; it depends on whether the United States wants partners and not imperial subordinates. [Read more]
The leader of the Islamic Republic warned that if Washington turns its back on the pact, it will feel regret as never before in its history. [Read more]
[Mexico does] not have to be frightened over the prospect of losing NAFTA. [Read more]
Faced with [Trump's] actions and notions, it is not clear whether it is better to laugh, cry, or simply turn to prayer. [Read more]
[The] stage could be set for a war useful to a president with such questionable legitimacy.
Fake news prospers when it finds a public predisposed to believe it. [Read more]
If you truly want to eliminate this scourge, begin by not voting for those who defend guns. [Read more]
For liberals and even for many conservatives, the hour of panic has arrived with this president who still has three years left. [Read more]
What matters is not that we not forget Weinstein, but that we understand the reach of aggression and violence against women. [Read more]
On the last day of negotiations between the three teams from Mexico, Canada and the United States, it happened that the last of the three arrived with a proposal that turned what was discussed during the third round of negotiations in Ottawa on its head.
It was, once again, the issue of labor. And now, U.S. Trade [Read more]
<i>The rupture of the free trade agreement with Mexico would have a devastating impact for the state of Texas, an economy that largely depends on what it trades with Mexico.</i>
The president of the United States is so perfidious that he made his visit to the disaster zone of Corpus Christi a pre-campaign rally, [Read more]
They isolated him, or perhaps it is fair to say, he isolated himself. [Read more]
In a matter of months after Katrina, in New Orleans alone, nearly 15,000 undocumented immigrants were already cleaning and rebuilding the city. [Read more]
The path for Trump and those who support him unconditionally will not always be straightforward and agreeable. [Read more]
What has to be built on the border is "a wall of cooperation" rather than a physical one. [Read more]
Trump rules and the million dollar question is: What will from now on be normal, the new normal of which the U.S. media speaks? [Read more]
The enemy of the Christmas spirit got away with it. He converted Christmas Eve into a long evening of shared worries for the future of humanity and of this country. The Grinch has allies, really accomplices, in the highest circles of power. One of the most dangerous wet blankets, Donald Trump, infused with the [Read more]
The Republican Party has become the most dangerous organization for the history of humanity due to its denial of climate change. [Read more]
It will be next Monday in the city of New York. For the first time, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will speak not only to a country but to a whole planet that is anxious about what will happen in the U.S. presidential election. Because of the admiration that I have for the ex-secretary of state, it is difficult for [Read more]
With respect to the visit that Donald Trump made to Mexico on Wednesday, Aug. 31, of last week, almost no one has paid attention to one odd piece of information: The night before, he was in the city of Everett in the state of Washington. There, at a rally, according to Seema Mehta, “There were no calls to build a [Read more]
For a moment, the house of God was converted into the house of McCain, as both the faithful and the Mexican reporters were prevented from entering once the candidate stepped onto the Basilica’s principal esplanade. [Read more]
Monterrey. The Mexican National Prosecutors Office (PGR), in coordination with the FBI, took charge of the investigation looking into the attack made yesterday with firearms on the U.S. Consulate in this city.
The Secretary of Public Security of the state of Nuevo Leon, Aldo Fasci Zuazua, said that the [Read more]
The long financial crisis in the United States has severely affected the money sent home by citizens of Mexico, the Bank of Mexico said.
In August, the monthly growth of funds sent home was the worst on record, as the annual rate fell by 12.2 percent, according to data from the central bank.
The Bank of Mexico [Read more]
One of the most important problems in Mexicos fight against crime is the thousands of weapons in the hands of criminals. Genaro Garcia Luna complained not long ago that the police must confront gangs that possess hundreds of goat horns (AK-47 rifles). The problem worsens daily, given the proximity of the U.S. [Read more]