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Mexico: Off to the Races

Antonio O. Garza (U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, 2002-2009)

Cross posted from Ambassador Garza’s website

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The U.S.-Mexico relationship is once again back in the headlines and this time it’s not just changing, it could be completely redefined. 452 more words

Domestic Policy

do you hear the people sing?

It is the music of the people
Who will not be slaves again

For years, Venezuelans have been fighting to survive. For years, we’ve been ignoring them.

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U.S./Mexico: Improving Tone, But Nothing's Final

Antonio O. Garza (U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, 2002-2009)

Cross posted from Ambassador Garza’s website

These past few weeks have presented the Trump administration with its first real foreign policy tests. 450 more words

Foreign Policy

My Journey Back Home in 2015

Many people don’t know much about Haitians: some know it’s in the general Caribbean location, but not exactly where – some know about the earthquake in 2010 – some only know about its unfortunate impoverished reputation as the poorest Country in the western Hemisphere. 645 more words

Culture

Treat Mexico as a Strategic Partner

John D. Negroponte (Mexico, 1989-1993)
James R. Jones (Mexico, 1993-1997)
Jeffrey Davidow (Mexico, 1998-2002)
Antonio Garza (Mexico, 2002-2009)
Carlos Pascual (Mexico, 2009-2011)
Earl Anthony Wayne… 901 more words

Western Hemisphere

Fidel Castro Dead at 90

Fidel Castro, the fiery author of revolution who brought the Cold War to the Western Hemisphere in 1959 and then defied the United States for nearly half a century as Cuba’s maximum leader, died Friday. 298 more words

Castro

One World Observatory

It’s finally finished and we finally found time to go and visit one of the tallest buildings in the Western Hemisphere.  One World Observatory is an amazing place to visit.   423 more words

Travel