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Populism comes to Mexico
On Dec. 1, 2018, a new chapter in Mexico’s history began as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office, pledging to reform old traditions that symbolized a history of excess by political elites, writes research scholar Rodrigo Montes de Oca. The Hill: http://bit.ly/2SwM3cJ.
Rodrigo Montes de Oca December 4, 2018
Center for the U.S. and Mexico | Latin America Initiative | Commentary
Trump Tries Old Tricks in LATAM
In its strategy toward Latin America, the Trump administration is attempting to put in place an us-versus-them dynamic that fails to take into account the interests of the partners it seeks south of the border, nonresident fellow Christopher Sabatini writes in a New York Times op-ed: https://nyti.ms/2BGsh96.
Christopher Sabatini November 29, 2018
Plastics and Sustainability
There is a growing global momentum to address the critical economic and environmental problem of plastic waste management. Fellow Rachel A. Meidl discusses the key elements and causes of this problem and explores policy actions for reducing the reliance on single-use plastics.
Rachel A. Meidl November 21, 2018
A world without elephants
No one wants to imagine a world without elephants. But it's a distinct possibility unless the European Union and Japan ban ivory trade, Secretary James A. Baker, III, writes in an op-ed for USA Today: https://bit.ly/2OPclVj
James A. Baker, III November 19, 2018