Tag: OP-ED

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All governments, in Mexico and in the world, hit the wall at some point. What’s crucial is not...

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“In a riot, as in a novel”, wrote Alexis de Tocqueville, “the most difficult thing is to invent...

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Mexican media sticks to the agenda set by the government, while U.S. media set their own. Mexican journalists...

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In his book on the "clash of civilizations," Samuel Huntington foresaw that the upcoming era of worldwide conflict...

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The history of the independent Mexico, wrote Edmundo O’Gorman, is the perennial struggle between tradition and modernity. Every...

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In his 1990 Nobel Lecture, Octavio Paz affirmed that “History’s sun is the future and Progress is the...

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In a visit to Mexico at the end of the eighties, the head of a delegation of businesspeople...

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All presidents believe themselves to be predestined to change the future and to leave a legacy of historic...

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The president refuses the possibility of turning over the government to the PRI. The probable new PAN president,...

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In his film Annie Hall, Woody Allen attempts to explain irrational relationships with a joke: "This guy goes...