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The Border

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Obama Quietly Changes U.S. Immigration Policy

New America Now, News Analysis, Edward Alden, Dec 28, 2009

A string of little-noticed initiatives by the Obama DHS has made significant changes to some of the most controversial enforcement policies of the past decade.

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HIV-Positive Immigrants Make the Final Trip Home

La Opinin, News Feature, Claudia Nez, Translated by Elena Shore, Nov 30, 2009

An estimated 100,000 immigrants in the United States carry the virus that causes AIDS, and more than a fifth of them are Mexican. In the next few years, Mexican health authorities expect the return of as many as 14,000 infected people. Traduccin al espaol

Mexico and the Crisis of a Dependent Economy

Americas Program, News Report, Laura Carlsen, Nov 24, 2009

Felipe Calderons government has announced an increase in the price of petroleum and electricity. A popular movement has responded by boycotting the payment of electricity bills, resulting in arrests and the cutting of power to the most vulnerable communities.

Immigration Summit

Janet Napolitano Predicts Immigration Reform in 2010

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Nov 16, 2009

Napolitanos speech at the Center for American Progress was a finely calibrated recitation of the Obama administrations wish list and rationale for the ingredients of a comprehensive immigration reform package it hopes will move through Congress in 2010.

Mea Culpa, Hablo Espaol

La Opinin, Commentary, Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore, Oct 27, 2009

A hotel owner in Taos, N.M. ordered Hispanic employees to change their names to something more "Anglo." La Opinin columnist Pilar Marrero wonders what world he is living in.

Mexico 2012: Return of the PRI

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Oct 21, 2009

Last weekend's elections in Mexico were another sign of a possible 2012 comeback for the former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

Marijuana

De-industrialization, Drugs and Recovery

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Oct 10, 2009

As part of the landmark U.S. War on Drugs Conference held in El Paso late last month, experts examined the complex political economy that underlies the production, distribution and use of illegal drugs.

Mexico's Great Tourism Crash of '09

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Oct 04, 2009

Ciudad Juarez is considering a drastic solution to bring back tourists: The mayor is planning on gating off part of the tourist district and virtually attaching it to neighboring El Paso, Texas.

Dissecting a Drug War

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Sep 25, 2009

As experts discussed the war on drugs this week in El Paso, drug-fueled violence flared up in neighboring Ciudad Juarez, only miles from the meeting site.

Juanes to Perform on U.S.-Mexico Border

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Sep 22, 2009

Colombian singer Juanes recently organized the second Peace Without Borders concert in Cuba. He now has plans to bring his concert to the U.S.-Mexico border between Ciudad Jurez and El Paso.

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