Tag Archives: Enrique Peña Nieto

Philip L. Russell :
2017: Peña Nieto’s swan song

“Mexico’s crisis manifests as violence, but it is rooted in the corruption and weakness of the state.” — Max Fisher, Amanda Taub, and Dalia Martínez, 2018 By Philip L. Russell | The Rag Blog | January 30, 2018 Philip Russell … finish reading Philip L. Russell :
2017: Peña Nieto’s swan song

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Philip L. Russell :
2016: Another bad year for Mexico’s Peña Nieto

His presidency has been marked by corruption, social inequality, and broken promises. By Philip L. Russell | The Rag Blog | January 18, 2017 Philip Russell will join Thorne Dreyer on the syndicated Rag Radio program, Friday, January 20, 2017, … finish reading Philip L. Russell :
2016: Another bad year for Mexico’s Peña Nieto

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Philip L. Russell :
Mexico’s Peña Nieto at midterm

The president’s low ratings reflect not only his performance but also the inability of his government to address basic problems facing the country. By Philip L. Russell | The Rag Blog | January 4, 2016 Leer este artículo en español … finish reading Philip L. Russell :
Mexico’s Peña Nieto at midterm

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Johnny Hazard :
Mexico’s missing students: Report debunks
official account

The report documents local, state, and federal participation in the many hours of violence against the students. By Johnny Hazard | The Rag Blog | September 14, 2015 MEXICO CITY — The long-awaited report of the Grupo Interdisciplinario de Estudios … finish reading Johnny Hazard :
Mexico’s missing students: Report debunks
official account

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Philip L. Russell :
A third of the way: Peña Nieto’s first two years

Sluggish economy, drug cartel crime, controversial reforms, student murders and ensuing mass demonstrations mark Peña Nieto’s presidency. By Philip L. Russell | The Rag Blog | December 8, 2014 Philip Russell will discuss the state of Mexico and the Peña Nieto … finish reading Philip L. Russell :
A third of the way: Peña Nieto’s first two years

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Johnny Hazard :
From the streets of Mexico: ‘Fue el estado’ (‘The government did it’)

President Peña Nieto has decried incidents of inconsequential or fabricated violence by protesters without mentioning government-perpetrated atrocities. By Johnny Hazard | The Rag Blog | November 19, 2014 “We have been tolerant — excessively tolerant, according to some critics. But … finish reading Johnny Hazard :
From the streets of Mexico: ‘Fue el estado’ (‘The government did it’)

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Johnny Hazard :
Government evasion continues in Guerrero massacre case

Parents of the ‘disappeared’ warn of more drastic actions if no results in 48 hours. By Johnny Hazard | The Rag Blog | October 27, 2014 MEXICO CITY — On Wednesday, October 23, after a day of marches including one … finish reading Johnny Hazard :
Government evasion continues in Guerrero massacre case

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Johnny Hazard :
In Mexico, massacres are the order of the day

While the U.S. government lauds its Mexican counterpart, a new mass grave appears to contain bodies of ‘disappeared’ education students. By Johnny Hazard | The Rag Blog | October 8, 2014 MEXICO CITY — By now many in the U.S. … finish reading Johnny Hazard :
In Mexico, massacres are the order of the day

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Johnny Hazard : Tanks Versus Teachers in Mexico City

Striking teachers at Zócalo plaza in Mexico City, Friday, September 13, 2013. Photo by Eduardo Verdugo / AP. Tanks vs. teachers: Federal police drive striking teachers from Mexico’s Zócalo plaza By Johnny Hazard | The Rag Blog | September 19, … finish reading Johnny Hazard : Tanks Versus Teachers in Mexico City

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Johnny Hazard : Militant Teachers Block Mexico City Airport

Teachers shut down airport in Mexico City. Photos by Jesús Villaseca for The Rag Blog Protesting radical education ‘reforms’: Militant teachers block Mexico City airport The action was part of a series of escalating protests against the passage, without discussion, … finish reading Johnny Hazard : Militant Teachers Block Mexico City Airport

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Philip L. Russell : Mexican Elections Widen Political Chasm

Members of #yosoy132 protest alleged election fraud in Mexico. Image from Center for International Policy.The Mexican elections:Decision and division The court decision once again showed how divided Mexico is and how inured to election violations its population is. By Philip … finish reading Philip L. Russell : Mexican Elections Widen Political Chasm

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Philip L. Russell : Who Won the Mexican Election?

Protesters from Yosoy132 hold a mock funeral for “domocracia” during march in Mexico City, Saturday, July 14. Photo by Bernardo Montoya / Reuters.An observers’ manual:Who won the Mexican election? Charges of vote-buying and exceeding campaign spending limits notwithstanding, there are … finish reading Philip L. Russell : Who Won the Mexican Election?

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