Publications

lr7nov
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Whatever happens in the U.S. election next Tuesday, it is imperative for us to redefine our way of...

lr17oct-03
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In his Political Testament (1640), Cardinal Richelieu sustains that the problems of the State are of two classes: easy...

lr10oct-02
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I have always been intrigued by the contrasts in Mexico’s political evolution with respect to the South American...

unnamed
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The Government Palace is burning. It is ablaze in a state famous for being civilized and even developed....

lr26sept-04
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Could it be that we find ourselves witnessing one of those seismic moments of radical change one reads...

front2018
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Presidential candidacies grow and proliferate at the speed of sound. In that universe there are men and women,...

shcp1
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One week that brought President Peña’s original vision to ruin and extinguished his personal style of leading the...

A Polish tale tells of a town that built a bridge but did not finish it.  Vehicles used...

lr8ago-04
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The anger is tangible and fully justified: the risks for Mexico of a Trump presidency are evident; the...

The great lesson of the British vote is that no one has control of political processes. In a...