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Obama Must Look South

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Jan 17, 2009

Mexico and the U.S. are more interdependent than ever, and good communication is of vital importance, according to an editorial in La Opinin.

How Clean Is Mexico's Operation Clean-Up?

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Ricardo Ravelo, Jan 13, 2009

The stakes are high in regards to the outcome of Operation Clean-Up, the Mexican government's campaign to rid federal law enforcement of those who are in the pockets of drug cartels.

Homeland Security Show Misses the Real Drama

New America Media, Commentary, Raj Jayadev, Jan 07, 2009

ABC's new reality TV show, "Homeland Security USA," lacks the real drama of immigration, writes Raj Jayadev, who contends that drama is with the rebels, not the empire.

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In Weak U.S. Economy, Mexican-American Dual Citizenship Increases

La Opinin, News Report, Claudia Nez, Translated by Suzanne Manneh, Jan 03, 2009

The economic crisis in the United States has led many Mexican parents to seek Mexican citizenship for their U.S.-born children.

Report from the Border: Year of Infamy

Frontera NorteSur, Commentary, Kent Paterson, Dec 31, 2008

On both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, war, recession and repression made 2008 a tumultuous year.

Mexico: Somber End to a Violent Year

El Mensajero, Commentary, Mara A. Meja, Translated by Elena Shore, Dec 30, 2008

The Mexican government's insistence that it is winning the war on drugs is about as convincing as Miss Sinaloa's explanation that she was carrying so much cash because she was about to go shopping, writes the commentator.

Obama Effect Highlights Racism in Cuba

New America Media, News Analysis, Louis E.V. Nevaer, Dec 15, 2008

Barack Obama's victory has made Cubans more willing to speak out against the institutional racism that exists half a century after Fidel Castro established a "color blind" egalitarian society.

Report: Police Massacred Tijuana Prisoners

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Dec 11, 2008

Mexican state police were responsible for killing two dozen prisoners during uprisings at Tijuanas La Mesa prison in September, according to an official report by the Baja California Attorney General for Human Rights.

Mexico Miners Clash with Police

Diario La Estrella, Dec 11, 2008

Members of the mineworkers' union clashed with police Tuesday outside government buildings in Mexico CIty.

As Mexico Reels from Violence, Views on Crime and Punishment Harden

New America Media, News Analysis, Louis Nevaer, Dec 10, 2008

In Mexico, as drug-related violence escalates at an alarming rate, the traditionally Catholic belief in redemption that has shaped the countrys legal system is giving way to a harsher view. More and more people are now calling for a vengeful criminal justice system.

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