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Quetzals are large colorful birds with iridescent feathers, usually found in the humid highlands from northern South America and southern North America. There are 6 species in 2 genera within the family Trogonidae. 76 more words

Trivia

NAFTA 2.0: Let the 'Games' Begin

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

Cross posted from Ambassador Garza’s website

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The NAFTA talks kicked off this past week in Washington DC, with negotiators from the three countries outlining their visions for improving trilateral trade. 511 more words

Foreign Policy

No Latin American Country Has Branded Hezbollah a Terror Group Despite Ties to Major Attacks

Breitbart, by Edwin Mora, July 19, 2017:

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Latin American countries have failed to register Iranian proxy Hezbollah as a terrorist organization despite the threat it poses to the region, a Peruvian official revealed during a discussion on Capitol Hill. 566 more words

Iran

The Good, the Bad and the NAFTA

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

Cross posted from Ambassador Garza’s website

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Over the past few weeks, there has been some great news coming out of Mexico’s energy sector. 510 more words

Western Hemisphere

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

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