Mexico

14Dec 2017

The US government has a history of interfering in Mexico’s elections, backing center-right politicians with a pro-US agenda. However at the end of 2002, Washington made an unusual decision: the presidential profile of a Mexican leftist populist received an unexpected boost from the Bush administration. Rudolf Giuliani and Bernard Kerik came to Mexico City to… Continue reading

10Nov 2017

Trump and Obrador share a mutual friend: former New York mayor Rudolf Giuliani. In 2000, Obrador won the election for mayor of Mexico City with a campaign full of anti-American rhetoric. He specifically criticized Giuliani’s approach to crime. Once in office, mayor Obrador invited Giuliani to save Mexico City. Obrador hired Giuliani for US$4.3 million…. Continue reading

20Oct 2017

The 2018 Mexican Presidential election is just around the corner and the political parties have already started flexing their candidates, in hopes that they will construct the perfect campaign that would essentially secure the votes of close to 94 million Mexicans. Although the most common-found themes often talked about by the Presidential candidates touch the… Continue reading