All Articles on Mexico

The caravan of thousands of Central Americans advance walking after the federal police opened the road to Tapanatepec on October 27, 2018 in Tapanatepec, Mexico. The caravan of the Central Americans plans to eventually reach the United States. Views
The Hondurans are Coming! Trump Stirs the Pot of Hysteria, the Media Happily Spoons It Out
It's crucial to understand that Trump could not drum up this latest round of panic on his own.
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Relatives and friends wave goodbye to a train carrying 1,500 people being expelled from Los Angeles to Mexico on Aug. 20, 1931. (Photo: N.Y. Daily News archive/Getty Images) Views
Downplaying Deportations: How Textbooks Hide the Mass Expulsion of Mexican Americans During the Great Depression
What happened is that men, women, and children — immigrant and U.S.-born, citizen and noncitizen, long-time residents and temporary workers — all became the targets of a massive campaign of forced relocation, based solely on their perceived status as “Mexican.”
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What Does Trump’s "New NAFTA" Trade Deal Signal for Workers, Corporate Power & the Environment?
Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, explains what people should know about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)
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Imperiling People and Planet, Warnings Mount That Trump's NAFTA 2.0 Just Another 'Corporate Giveaway'
Critics warn the new agreement would make it harder "to hold Big Oil and Gas accountable" while also threatening "efforts to protect consumers, workers, and the environment."
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It is no surprise that “climate change” is not mentioned within President Trump’s new agreement. (Photo: Coucil of Canadians) Views
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on NAFTA 2.0
I am still searching for any reference to Indigenous consent in the agreement
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Farm leader Rocío Miranda speaks at the September 11 farmers’ movement press conference in Mexico City against the new NAFTA agreement. (Timothy Wise) Views
'This Is Life or Death for Us': Mexico's Farm Movement Rejects New NAFTA Agreement
Donald Trump and Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico's lame-duck conservative president, are trying to push through new trade deal, but farmers are rising up in opposition
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We shouldn’t be too optimistic about the NAFTA renegotiation actually helping workers. (Getty Images)   Views
The Good and the (Potentially Very) Bad in Trump’s NAFTA Renegotiation
All in all, it’s a good heuristic to judge trade deals by how mad business lobbyists are about them, and judging from the Business Roundtable’s grumblings, the renegotiation has the potential to be decent
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President Donald Trump attempting to get Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on speaker phone on Monday. News
Amid Trump's NAFTA Confusion, Demands for Trade Deal That Puts Workers, Environment Over Corporate Profits.
"It is very clear that he does not know what he's talking about"
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'Moving in the Right Direction,' Mexican President-elect AMLO Promises to Outlaw Fracking
Environmentalists are urging him to "move even farther by pledging to transition Mexico to a fully clean, renewable energy future."
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AMLO and Trump: NAFTA Best Friends Forever?
"A progressive agenda and the current NAFTA are incompatible. "
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