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Protests in Mexico Push Country to Brink of Revolution and Nobody’s Talking About It

By Nick Bernabe at theantimedia.org

San Diego, CA — Long-simmering social tensions in Mexico are threatening to boil over as failing neoliberal reforms to the country’s formerly nationalized gas sector are compounded by open corruption, stagnant standards of living, and rampant inflation. 1,160 more words

News

My 3MT® Experience

By Perla Guarneros

The 3 Minute Thesis competition (3MT®) is a competition for Higher Degree Research Students (HDR) where the task is to explain your research in plain English and make it easy to understand for a non-expert audience, of course, in three minutes. 723 more words

Law

#TrumpEnMexico: His Stance on Immigration

By Alexandra Reboredo

On Wednesday, August 31, Donald Trump visited Mexico and met with President Enrique Peña Nieto. Later that same day, he gave a speech on immigration in Phoenix, Arizona: “We will build a great wall along the southern border. 505 more words

Articles

​El Chapo, Drug lord is still in prison – Mexican government says


The Mexican government has dismissed rumours of the dreaded drug lord, El Chapo’s escape from prison for the third time.

The false news started from a post on… 158 more words

Gist

Mexican Government Responds to Trump's Taco Bowl by Producing a 3-Minute Video about Tacos

On the heels of the now infamous Taco-Bowl Trump brouhaha, the Mexican Government has decided to address the insult by going into full-on diplomacy mode and doing what it does best: Investing a ton of money on a three-minute video about … tacos. 13 more words

Food

UN office 'concerned' over Mexico missing students case

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A U.N. human rights office said on Tuesday that it is troubled by a group of international experts’ complaints of obstacles to their investigation into the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. 533 more words

Latin America & The Caribbean

What Is Happening in Veracruz?

Veracruz, located in the eastern of Mexico, is suffering.

The state where Javier Duarte-from the PRI party-is the governor has problems of security and impunity, mostly. 634 more words

Opinion