Publications

elections
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A few years ago, when Italy was traversing an electoral moment, a European publication accused the Prime Minister...

economy
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  “Experience, wrote Frederic Bastiat, teaches us effectually, but brutally. It makes us aware of the all the...

economy
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Korea and Mexico were more or less the same at the beginning of the sixties. That was a...

elections
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The recent elections illustrated, once again, one of the greatest paradoxes that characterize Mexico. The country has taken...

corruption
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Luis Rubio After Wilson’s departure from the Paris Peace Conference at Versailles following World War I, Clemenceau, on...

reforms
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Alexander Woollcott met G.K. Chesterton for lunch at a London restaurant and asked him about his view on...

corruption
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None of the ills that currently afflict Mexico is especially recent. For centuries, we Mexicans have known corruption,...

mexico city
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There’s nothing more pernicious than arrogance and, worse, when combined with the absence of project and vision. Security...

institutions
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What is peace? Is it simply the absence of war? Kant thinks not. These are core questions that...

reports
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Beyond the problems –structural and temporary- that aggrieve Mexico, what's most striking for me as observer is the...