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An Eye on Mexico

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

Cross-posted from Ambassador Garza’s April 2016 newsletter.

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This past month, Mexico’s civil society groups handed the Senate president a new piece of anti-corruption legislation—the Ley3de3. 332 more words

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Zika Virus in the United States and Mexico

Zika Virus in the United States and Mexico. Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. Jennifer R. Herricks and Kirstin R. W. Matthews. March 4, 2016. 61 more words

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Mexico: Time for a ‘Moment’, or a Miracle?

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

Cross-posted from Ambassador Garza’s February 2016 newsletter.

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Last week, Pope Francis touched down for his first official visit to Mexico. 357 more words

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Arvato in America: Opening New Opportunities for Enterprise Solutions

Arvato lives by the principles of customer service; the firm builds enterprises by giving its clients’ customers the best possible brand experience. At its core, the company’s key skill is the development and management of sophisticated processes based on advanced outsourcing technology. 245 more words

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2016: Living with Uncertainty

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

Cross-posted from Ambassador Garza’s January 2016 newsletter.

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We are nearly a month into 2016 and it’s already clear that we’ve inherited much of 2015’s tumult and uncertainty. 730 more words

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Continents

It’s interesting how where you grow up and the education you receive shapes your world view.  I grew up here in Pittsburgh, but married someone from Latin America.   551 more words

The US and Russia Face to Face as Ice Curtain

The US and Russia Face to Face as Ice Curtain. YaleGlobal. Humphrey Hawksley. November 5, 2015.

The U.S. defense budget for 2014 is more than double that of Russia and China’s combined. 143 more words

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