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Beyond the grim headlines, a more hopeful Mexico

Two Nations Indivisible illuminates Mexico's political, economic, and social transformations over the last three decades and why these changes matter for the United States.

“a lucid and timely correction to the many myths that have long plagued the U.S.-Mexico relationship”

Moises Naim, Author of The End of Power

“well written and engrossing”

Robert E. Rubin, former U.S. Treasury Secretary

Entrevista con Shannon O'Neil sobre su libro

Entrevista con Shannon O'Neil sobre su libro "Dos Naciones Indivisibles"

Agencia N22 - July 17, 2014

En una entrevista en México, O´Neil habla acerca de su libro Dos Naciones Indivisibles. Según la autora, los lazos entre Estados Unidos y México, tanto económicos como culturales, han sido fortalecidos en las últimas...

Immigration Reform Is Happening

El Salvador Guyana Honduras Immigration Mexico Immigration Reform Is Happening

Despite the standstill in Congress on immigration reform, state and local governments have been very active in passing their own immigration legislation. In this article for Foreign Policy, I look at what different...

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Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America Holds Steady in 2013

Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Latin America Mexico Peru Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America Holds Steady in 2013

In 2013, foreign direct investment (FDI) in Latin America reached $185 billion according to the latest ECLAC report, continuing the slight upward trend of the last three years. Brazil maintained its...

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