The Mexico Peace Index 2016, A Cautionary Tale – by Ev Meade and Michael Lettieri

The headline on Institute for Economics & Peace website for the release of the Mexico Peace Index 2016 reads: “For 85% of Mexicans, where they live is more peaceful today than it was in 2011.” In other words, they claim that Continue reading

Violence Tarnishes Mexico’s Elections: Eight Candidates Murdered, Many More Harassed – (SinEmbargo)

~ This article was first published by SinEmbargo on June 2, 2015 ~   By Isaí Lara, Rosario Mosso Castro, Inés García Ramos (All of Zeta, Special to SinEmbargo)   The electoral process underway in the country has been marked Continue reading

The 2015 midterm elections, the defeat of Peña Nieto…and of Mexico – by Jorge Carrasco Araizaga (Proceso)

~ This commentary was originally published by Proceso on June 4, 2015 ~ Mexico, D.F.—Even before the polls open on Sunday (June 7), the unfolding of the 2015 election foreshadows the defeat of the government of Enrique Peña Nieto. Contemplative, Continue reading