Latin America and the Caribbean, North America
Mexico, the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world, boasts one of the world's largest economies plus diversified trade and declining poverty. Mexico is the third largest supplier of oil to the United States, and also produces more automobiles than either the U.S.A. or Canada. Yet despite Mexico's continued economic advancement, the nation is beset by drug-related violence, insecurity, and a breakdown in the rule of law. Brookings experts are examining the social, economic and political aspects of North America's second largest country.
Blog Post | Foreign Policy in the U.S. Presidential Debates
Something there is that doesn't love a wall: Mexico and the U.S. presidential campaign
September 15, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Immigration issues and Mexico have once again become hot topics in the U.S. presidential race. And, emotions and drama often do “Trump” facts and analysis. Some crucial corrections are in order.
Latin America and the Caribbean
August 24, 2015, Arturo Sarukhan
July 13, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
April 6, 2015, Mark B. McClellan, Andrea Thoumi and Elizabeth Drobnick
Opinion | International IDEA
January 9, 2015, Daniel Zovatto
January 5, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Opinion | Inter-American Dialogue's Latin America Advisor
December 18, 2014, Andrés Rozental
November 25, 2014, Andrés Rozental
November 20, 2014, Diana Villiers Negroponte
Opinion | Expansión Magazine
October 27, 2014, Vanda Felbab-Brown
October 7, 2014, Richard V. Reeves
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Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence
David R. Mares
Guest Scholar, Foreign Policy, Latin America Initiative
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