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Mexico

Mexican elections: It’s the insecurity, stupid!

Although different authorities deny it or reduce it to local rather than national impacts, everything indicates that next June's results will be strongly shaped by a desire for survival.

The political discouragement of young Mexicans

In this year's upcoming elections, voters under 30 years will represent a considerable 27% of the electorate. Their interest in politics is low, and it is difficult for them to find effective mechanisms to make their voice heard.

The main political challenges for Mexico in 2024  

Mexico is moving from a representative democratic system to a sui generis leftist populist autocracy. In this context, the most copious concurrent elections in the country's history will be held.

Crime barons in the U.S.-Mexico bilateral relation

Relations between the two countries have been marked by the production and distribution of fentanyl in Mexico for U.S. consumers.

Lessons from México’s Ban on GMO Corn

The United States alleges that Mexico's ban on GMO corn for human consumption disrupts its corn exports.

Migration: reality demands humanitarian… decisions

In the first 17 days of September there were 142,037 migrant apprehensions at the southern border of the United States.