A Desperate Scramble to Prevent the Pandemic at a U.S.-Mexico Border Camp
With 2,500 asylum-seekers packed in tightly and no coronavirus tests available, doctors and volunteers are doubtful that education will be enough to prevent the spread of the virus.
NAFTA’s Replacement Gives Labor Some Shelter From Globalization’s Storms
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement sets new standards for workers — but can’t stand alone.
Mexican Diplomacy Has Gone Feminist
Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration has boldly reoriented its foreign policy toward gender equality.
Democrats Give Trump a Trade Victory—Even as They Impeach Him
Eager to be seen as doing more than taking down the president, Speaker Pelosi readies a “yes” vote on USMCA.
Mexico Is Setting a Global Example on HIV Treatment
But the president’s recent funding cuts to civil society organizations threaten to imperil their progress.
Why Trump Still Can’t Get USMCA Through Congress
Ironically, the fight over impeachment could finally ease the way for NAFTA’s successor. But time is running out.
For Mexico’s President, Forced Disappearances Could Make or Break the Justice System
A new investigation into the 2014 Ayotzinapa case may bring more answers but doesn’t guarantee real changes.
Mexico Tries to Turn Back the Clock on Energy
Forget the energy opening: López Obrador works to restore the primacy of Pemex, the state-owned oil giant.
The New U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal Can Work for Everyone
Republicans and Democrats have every reason to compromise and ratify the agreement.
Government Rift Deepens Mexico’s Economic Crisis
After months of rumors, the finance minister bitterly parts ways with the leftist president.