How Latin American Feminists Won Abortion Rights
Many argue abortion is not just an issue of individual choice but also of social justice.
Washington Learns to Live With Regional Differences on Ukraine
The White House is mellowing its public criticism of the stances Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico have taken on the war.
AMLO’s Electrical Faceoff
Mexico and the United States might be headed for their biggest clash yet under USMCA.
The End of Title 42 Doesn’t Mean Back to Normal
During the pandemic, Washington outsourced harsh migration management to its southern neighbors.
How the War in Ukraine Could Empower Maduro
Skyrocketing oil prices give Venezuela’s embattled leader less incentive to pursue sanctions relief.
Decades Late, NAFTA’s Promise on Workers’ Rights Comes Good
In Mexico, a breakthrough trade case involving General Motors could become a global model.
Who Lost North America?
The project of a stronger, more united continent is on life support. It’s time for a new vision.
To Solve the Border Crisis, Look Beyond the Border
U.S. policy should focus on legal circular migration, targeted investments, and leveraging diaspora networks to make staying put a viable option for Central Americans.
Why Mexico’s Drug Trade Is So Violent
A new book clears away the many cliches that have come to shroud the transnational business in illegal drugs.
Why Mexico Is Right to Sue U.S. Gun Companies
The lawsuit over drug cartel violence could be part of a bigger change on guns.
Mexico’s School Closures Are Increasing Inequality
With schools shut for over a year, limited access to technology is exacerbating the education gap, leaving Indigenous communities behind.
Why Is America Cooperating With Militaries Running Criminal Rackets?
U.S. international security cooperation urgently needs an overhaul by Congress.
Mexico’s López Obrador Is Pulling an Erdogan on Biden
By reducing U.S.-Mexican relations to migration, Biden is letting himself be played—and ignoring a crisis south of the border.
The Hit on Haiti’s President
International observers have stood by as Haiti’s political crisis escalated.
Historic Droughts Drive Up Prices in Mexico and Brazil
Historic dry spells are straining life and business in the two countries, where presidents are aloof to climate change.
As Europe Reopens for Travel, North America Is Staying Shut
Scientists say it’s safe for vaccinated people to travel, but the politics of fear is keeping borders closed.