The problem is not populism, but the populist.
[It is not] xenophobic to assert that the arrival and transit of foreigners in the country has to be governed by rules.
The new administration, headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador who is to take office on Saturday, will propose that the U.S. and Canada develop an ambitious plan aimed at investing in and reconstructing the migrants’ countries of origin.
AMLO has a single six-year term in which to make himself useful. In any case, his election announces a reconfiguration of power that opens the door to a Mexican societal evolution.
<i>The incident at the border between Mexico and the U.S. shows how wrong it is to keep migrants in the dark about their prospects for weeks on end. There is good reason why accurate information is one of the objectives in the U.N. migration compact.</i>
At America's southern border, what Donald Trump has always [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.
If ... this election was a referendum on Trump, the repudiation of the president was clear.
They arrived tired, their feet sore, and came without any money but with the hope of improving their lives.
[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.