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Updated 03/15/2021

This page has 4 tags: "lists, rl-vaping, rl-AMLO, el-USMCA". The "lists" tag is to tell Tendenci that there are dynamic lists on this page. The other tags mean "get all research or event items with these tags". Add "rl-" or "el-" to the beginning of the page tag as appropriate. The order of the tags is not important. ID's must always be lowercase.

How to:

  1. Assume you want to create a dynamic research list of items tagged with "vaping".
  2. Tag the page that you want the list to appear on with "lists" and "rl-vaping".
  3. In the content area, go into the source code and add this bit of HTML: <ul id="vaping" class="dynamicList"></ul>.
  4. By default the list only displays the research or event title. To display thumbnails and/or descriptions, add the the appropriate flag like this: <ul id="vaping" class="dynamicList" data-thumbnails="true" data-desc="true"></ul>.

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      Events list created with <ul id="usmca" class="dynamicList"></ul>

        • Read: Opinion: Despite Covid-19 Risks, Do Not Ban Vaping
          Opinion: Despite Covid-19 Risks, Do Not Ban Vaping

          Katharine Neill Harris and William Martin

          August 31, 2020

          Drug policy fellows Katharine Neill Harris and William Martin argue that even if researchers could be 100% certain that vaping increases an individual's susceptibility to Covid-19, which they are not, vape products still should not be banned. Houston Chronicle: https://bit.ly/2EQb6WA

        • Read: Vaping: Clearing the Air
          Vaping: Clearing the Air

          Katharine Neill Harris and William Martin

          February 28, 2020

          The authors examine recent trends in vaping, research on its effectiveness for smoking cessation, the role of industry marketing and policy responses to increased use.

        • Read: High hopes for a major project in Mexico
          High hopes for a major project in Mexico

          Adrian Duhalt

          June 14, 2021

          Will the Mexican government's massive development of the Interoceanic Corridor, along the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, provide a badly needed boost to the area's economy? Adrian Duhalt analyzes the possible outcomes.

        • Read: Trade: U.S. and Mexico on a collision course
          Trade: U.S. and Mexico on a collision course

          Tony Payan

          March 23, 2021

          The relationship between President Joe Biden and Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has not been easy, and emerging trade issues are about to make it worse. Read more at the Baker Institute Blog.

        • Read: Mexico’s New Anticorruption Struggle
          Mexico’s New Anticorruption Struggle

          Stephen Morris

          March 30, 2020

          Despite a revised institutional approach to fighting corruption, Mexico continues to face issues related to systemic corruption in the public and private arenas, writes nonresident scholar Stephen D. Morris.

        • Read: Getting education wrong in Mexico
          Getting education wrong in Mexico

          Daniel Prudencio

          February 26, 2020

          Mexico’s government should prioritize early childhood education, but its decision to reduce the budget and replace a childhood centers program for the disadvantaged indicates it does not, writes graduate fellow Daniel Prudencio.

        • Read: Corruption and Democracy in Mexico
          Corruption and Democracy in Mexico

          Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez

          October 03, 2019

          President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has pledged to end corrupt practices in Mexico. Yet some of his other goals — such as returning to a more centralized government — might actually foster corruption. Postdoctoral fellow Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez explores this situation and analyzes the relationship between democracy and corruption in Mexico.

        • Read: López Obrador’s Initial Policies Toward Central American Migrants
          López Obrador’s Initial Policies Toward Central American Migrants

          By Luis Alfredo Arriola Vega The election of Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the increase in Central American migrant caravans require reevaluating immigration policy, writes the author.

        • Read: Making Pemex Great Again?
          Making Pemex Great Again?

          Francisco J. Monaldi

          August 21, 2019

          A viable plan to rescue Pemex exists, but Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has chosen another path, writes fellow Francisco Monaldi in Americas Quarterly: https://bit.ly/2HjUJQl

        • Read: Trump is AMLO's biggest challenge
          Trump is AMLO's biggest challenge

          Rodrigo Montes de Oca

          June 07, 2019

          While President López Obrador has successfully dealt with thorny domestic issus over the last year, U.S.-Mexico relations are a stumbling block for his administration, writes scholar Rodrigo Montes de Oca. The Hill: https://bit.ly/2Imzzkk

        • Read: Is the Trump-AMLO honeymoon over?
          Is the Trump-AMLO honeymoon over?

          Rodrigo Montes de Oca

          March 11, 2019

          As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador officially crosses the 100-day mark in his presidency, scholar Rodrigo Montes de Oca examines what his policies thus far indicate about the future direction of the U.S.-Mexico relationship. The Hill: http://bit.ly/2T04yWt

        • Read: Populism comes to Mexico
          Populism comes to Mexico

          Rodrigo Montes de Oca

          December 04, 2018

          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.

        • Read: The Urea Value Chain in Mexico
          The Urea Value Chain in Mexico

          Adrian Duhalt

          September 28, 2018

          The revival of domestic production of urea (i.e., nitrogen fertilizer) in Mexico could become one of the key elements to delivering food sovereignty, one of President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador major campaign promises, postdoctoral fellow Adrian Duhalt writes in this issue brief.

        • Read: AMLO & Resource Nationalism
          AMLO & Resource Nationalism

          Francisco J. Monaldi

          June 07, 2018

          A win for Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) in Mexico's presidential election might spell another period of misguided nationalism that could impede Mexico’s ability to fully extract the benefits of its energy resources, fellow Francisco J. Monaldi writes in a blog for Forbes.

        • Read: U.S.-MX relations benefit Texas
          U.S.-MX relations benefit Texas

          Tony Payan

          June 04, 2018

          Texas has the most to lose from more nationalistic undercurrents on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, Mexico Center director Tony Payan writes in an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle

        • Read: Understanding AMLO
          Understanding AMLO

          The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and his aggressive behavior toward Mexico have greatly boosted the presidential campaign of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), writes student intern Raul DeLira in a post for the Baker Institute Blog.