Luis Rubio

Luis Rubio

He is a contributing editor of Reforma and his analyses and opinions often appear in major newspapers and journals in Mexico, the US and Europe (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, National Public Radio).
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The ongoing discussion on Mexico’s labor law offers us an exceptional window onto the world of unreality in...

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At 102 years of the Mexican Revolution, the PRI is getting ready to return to the presidency. The...

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What comes first, adequate laws for a society to function or a citizenry that complies with them? The...

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Alice in Wonderland, the novel by Lewis Carroll, was written by a professor who also wrote a book...

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A Persian proverb says that “when it’s dark enough you can see the stars”. The national panorama does...

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According to an old saying, one is what one reads. Reading is one of my passions and occupations:...

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The avatars of the bill on labor matters are suggestive of everything in which Mexico has advanced but...

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The great absence in Mexican politics is an agreement on the how. Despite this, everyone is focused on...

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In Arthur Koestler’s novel Darkness at Noon, Ivanov, the faithful and long-suffering bureaucrat, interrogates Rubachov, an old revolutionary...