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The election leaves in its wake a radically different political landscape. By Philip L. Russell | The Rag Blog | July 11, 2018 Philip Russell will join Thorne Dreyer on Rag Radio, Friday, July 13, 2018, to discuss this article … finish reading :
The election of AMLO: Optimism and skepticism in Mexico
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 :
2016: Another bad year for Mexico’s Peña Nieto
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
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?
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador:Massive love fest kicks of presidential run By John Ross / The Rag Blog / July 29, 2010 MEXICO CITY — On a damp Sunday morning four years from the month in which the … finish reading John Ross : Lopez Obrador’s Mexico City Love Fest