Diego Estebanez García
The Fight of the Maya Against the Mayan Train in Mexico
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has made completing the Mayan Train, a project that looks to connect parts of the Yucatán Peninsula and drive tourism in remote areas, has met with increasing resistance from the Indigenous people of the region.
Massive Leak Sparks Debate About Role of Military in Mexico
Early this month, several media outlets published classified information leaked from servers of the Mexican Secretariat of National Defense, sparking a national debate in Mexico concerning the main function of the Army.
The Missing Pieces in Addressing the Migration Crisis at the US-Mexico Border
If the Mexican and U.S. governments don’t shift their migration and border policies, horrific scenes like we saw in San Antonio in June, where the bodies of 53 migrants were discovered in an abandoned semi trailer, will become far more common.
Mexican President Fails to Curb Violence Crisis; Catholic Church Responds
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador promised big changes during his campaign, but the violence that has long plagued Mexico has flared up again and has brought to the president’s door an institution that hadn’t spoken out before: the Catholic Church.