Mexico

Interview with Don Bartletti on Central American Immigration to the U.S.

Friday, September 25, 2015 - 16:45

While many eyes are turned towards the humanitarian crisis engulfing the Middle East and extending into Europe, many have lost focus on the humanitarian crisis that is taking place in the United States, Mexico, and Central America. Although less immigrant children from the Central American countries of Guatemala due to tougher border control, Honduras, and El Salvador are being apprehended at the U.S./Mexico border, that does not mean less children are attempting the journey.

¿Qué y Cómo Legislan los Diputados en México Cuando el Ejecutivo es Débil?

Friday, September 16, 2016 - 16:30

Hasta ahora lo habitual ha sido afirmar que las legislaturas son incapaces de asumir la tarea de elaborar leyes de alcance nacional porque en sus cámaras suelen dominar los intereses locales. Por lo tanto, el modo de evitar la dispersión de propósitos es dotar al gobierno con amplias atribuciones a fin de enfrentar esa situación.

Femicide: The Battle Ahead

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 - 16:00

Monday, September 21, 2015, marked the one year anniversary of the death of Paola Acosta, a woman who suffered her fate at the hands of her ex-partner1, Gonzalo Lizarralde. She was raped, killed and dumped in a sewer together with her one-year-old daughter, Martina, who she had in common with her attacker. Remarkably, Martina survived. Wednesday, September 23, Gonzalo Lizarralde, marked the first day of the prosecution for the murder of Paola2.

External Investigatory Commissions Get Results in Central America

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 15:45

On September 3, 2015, the president of Guatemala resigned after being charged with fraud, illicit association and corruption.1 Less than a week later, in Mexico, the government account of what happened to 43 missing students was discredited, calling into question the integrity of everyone from Mexico’s military to the president himself.2 Neither of these things could have happened without a key element of the investigations: two external investigatory commissions, organized by the UN and the OAS respectively, which turned out reports negating the validity of

China's Economic Involvement in Latin America

Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 15:15

China’s recent mini economic collapse this past summer caused mayhem not only within its borders but thousands of miles away in many Latin American countries. Ever since the early 2000s China has been one of the leading foreign investors across Latin America in countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela.

Latinos at the Polls

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 12:30

The race for the president of the United States is nearing the finish line and Republican candidate Donald J. Trump and Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton have been pushing harder than ever to win the votes of the American people.  Most recently, this week CNN aired what was the most-watched presidential debate in the history of the United States.  While both candidates muddled through their respective weaknesses, one story that was exposed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has since dealt a serious blow to entrepreneur Donald Trump’s campaign.

La Santa Muerte: Inmates’ New Friend

Friday, September 9, 2016 - 14:45

Over the last 15 years, the cult of La Santa Muerte (St. Death) has attracted a remarkable number of followers in Mexico and the USA. Considered a sacred female personification of death by her devotees, she has been the object of global curiosity since it first became public in 2001 in Mexico City. Mexican and international journalists, novelists, and scholars have since then been fascinated by the photogenic Santa Muerte, with the tangible result that most major broadcasters have shown scenes of devotees praying, deeply moved, in front of a skeleton figurine in Baroque dress.

Deep Politics: Community Adaptations to Political Clientelism

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 16:00

La particular historia de Deep Politics. Community Adaptations to Political Clientelism in Twenty-Firt-Century Mexico comienza a partir de una búsqueda en el Google Scholar. En la labor de encontrar indicadores de calidad a sus publicaciones, el profesor González-Fuente detectó que uno de sus primeros artículos sobre clientelismo político (González-Fuente, 2007) había sido citado por la profesora Hagene.

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