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The Border

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In War on Drugs, Mexicos Success Is Our Misfortune

New America Media, Commentary, Louis E.V. Nevaer, Mar 09, 2009

The relocation of cartel operations from Mexico to the United States is evidence of Felipe Calderons success in the war on drugs. As his "surge" against the drug cartels makes it impossible for them to continue to operate in Mexico, their only alternative is to move across the border.

Juarez Femicides on the Big Screen

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Feb 27, 2009

The Mexican-produced film Backyard is the latest fictionalized story of the Ciudad Juarez femicides to hit the big screen.

Lou Dobbs

The Face of the New American Bigot

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Feb 11, 2009

This era is now marked by the rise of the New American Bigot. He's no longer the Aryan extremist or unrepentant segregationist. George Wallace is out and CNN's jolly Lou Dobbs is in.

Fear and Hate Policies Along the Border: R.I.P.

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Feb 03, 2009

Just as President Barack Obama has ordered a review of the cases at Guantanamo, it is high time that he take a look at the immigrants who have been convicted in sham trials and housed within the U.S. borders.

Mothers of the Disappeared March Againand Again

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Jan 23, 2009

On the same day Barack Obama was inaugurated as president in the United States, a group of mothers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico marched to call attention to the cases of their daughters who disappeared last year.

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.

Sham Trials, Injustice the Norm for Arizona Mexicans

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Jan 15, 2009

Arizona resembles the deep South of the pre-civil rights era," Pima County Legal Defender Isabel Garcia asserts. "Here, you can kill a Mexican and impunity reigns."

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.

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.

bunker immigrants

Seven Years Later, a New World Order

Nguoi-viet.com, News report, Dzung Do, Dec 24, 2008

Nguoi Viet's Dzung Do and photographer Benjamin Vu received a McCormick Tribune Foundation Fellowship to work on immigration stories at the Arizona- Mexico border. This is the second of two parts.

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