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NAFTA Runs into Labor − Again

October 14, 2017 // Excelsior - Mexico - Spanish

On the last day of negotiations between the three teams, from Mexico, Canada and the United States, it happens that the last of the three arrived with a proposal that turned what was discussed during the third round of negotiations in Ottawa on their head. It was, once again, the issue of labor. At present, the [Read more]

Trump and Rouhani at the United Nations

October 5, 2017 // Excélsior - Mexico - Spanish

The president of the United States emphasized his disapproval of the agreement signed between the P5+1* and Tehran aimed at restricting Iran’s nuclear program. He described the pact as a disaster and suggested that it should be torn up. The tone and content of Donald Trump’s discourse in front of the United [Read more]

Bullets over Las Vegas

October 5, 2017 // La Crónica de Hoy - Mexico - Spanish

Each time there is another shooting, it is impossible not to make the connection between access to firearms and the attacks themselves ... for some people like Trump, the relationship isn't so clear.

Kaepernick Still Without Work

October 2, 2017 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

I'll start by saying that I don't like disrespect for national anthems or the flag, but at the same time, opposing opinions should be respected, as they are personal statements and everyone is free to think what he wants. It also goes without saying that I'm even less in agreement with the president of the United [Read more]

Kim Jong Un and Trump: A War of Nerves

September 26, 2017 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

Given that the rhetoric of the “Axis of Evil” of Bush and the “Strategic Patience” of Obama weren’t effective in resolving the situation on the Korean peninsula, it is unlikely the “Fire and Fury” of Trump will resolve it either.

The Dreamers’ Nightmare

September 17, 2017 // Proceso - Mexico - Spanish

Democrats have more to gain than lose with the “dreamers,” who, for the nightmare called Donald Trump, are more of an electoral bargaining chip than potential undocumented immigrants.
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