Colonialism/racism and the power of the lower classes should convince us to consider the enormous complexity of the transition now underway.
This political battle has barely started. Sooner or later, walls are always knocked down.
The Trump agenda is becoming more ideological and is starting to bump up against reality and market forces.
The cancellation of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s visit to the U.S., initially scheduled for Jan. 28, is the only logical response to the aggression President Trump is demonstrating against Nieto’s country and people, who have been systematically accused of being thieves and criminals.
Mexico can find valuable allies in local American leaders.
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?
Since the moment that Barack Obama became president of the United States in 2008, and over the following eight years, the political situation in the world has changed significantly. Whether we’re talking about, among other issues, the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba, his support of the fight against [Read more]
Throughout the confirmation hearings of the new administration’s cabinet members, it became clear that Mexican interests will not be a priority.