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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

New Argentine President Macri’s Economic Challenges

Argentina Brazil China New Argentine President Macri’s Economic Challenges

Mauricio Macri, mayor of Buenos Aires and leader of the Cambiemos coalition, won yesterday’s presidential run-off, becoming the first non-Peronist president in nearly fifteen years. From his start on December...

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Interview with Jim Zirin

Latin America Mexico Interview with Jim Zirin

Last week, I had the pleasure of joining Jim Zirin on “Conversations in the Digital Age” to discuss U.S. immigration and the U.S.-Mexico relationship. Recently aired, you can watch the...

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Latin America v. Citizens United

Foreign Policy - October 7, 2015

Shannon O’Neil explains what Latin America can teach the United States about regulating campaign financing.