State-sponsored violence against anti-dam movement leaves a trail of blood and arbitrary arrests.
Lax labor standards in Mexico are indeed a problem with NAFTA. But they are North America’s problem to solve.
With three runaway governors, two deadly earthquakes and one Donald J. Trump —not to mention an average 69 murders a day— the past year has been rough on Mexico.
Donald Trump’s antagonistic rhetoric toward Mexico has caused an increase in anti-American sentiment among Mexicans.
My sense of loyalty to the United States has always coexisted with a sense of solidarity with the people of Mexico.
Ongoing “gasolinazo” protests in Mexico over a 20 percent rise in gas prices have led to over 400 arrests, 250 looted stores, and six deaths.
It would be a mistake to regard this Mexican-American support for Trump as some sort of innocuous and fleeting anomaly.