... Donald Trump, in one of his crazy tweets, wrote: “Biggest part of deal with Mexico has not yet been revealed.” What next?
When the head of state tells an elected congresswoman to "go back to her own country," the United States reverses half a century of history.
Trumpism must be realistic.
Migration from Central America has already unleashed disquieting flashpoints of disapproval among those for whom Donald Trump’s style of discourse provides fertile ground.
These are dark times for the defense of human rights.
The controversy has fueled already heightened tensions following a week marked by tragedies at the border.
Instead of forming alliances with Europe, China and other victims of Trump’s antiquated economic nationalism, Lopez Obrador has instead isolated Mexico from the international diplomatic community
Their rights are just a bill of exchange and their lives, a safe-conduct for governments that have agreed to become complicit.
Yet still for us, in 2019, women are denied equality in terms of recognition and reward.
[T]he U.S. president must know that Mexico does not feel obligated by NAFTA II to agree at all times with Washington’s decisions on matters of regional or international cooperation.