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Magazine articles on politics and society in Mexico.
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IDB America
January 2003
Peter Bate
Training for life Mexico's dynamic job training programs help workers to keep pace with the shifting demands of the global economy. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
IDB America
January 2003
Three cheers for `Chambatel' Mexico's job placement services win award for innovation and quality in public administration mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
December 4, 2002
Max Blumenthal
Day of the dead More than 325 women have been murdered in the free-trade boomtown of Ciudad Juarez in the past decade. Faced with government incompetence and corruption, people are rebelling. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Mother Jones
Jul/Aug 2002
Tim Steller
A Thirst for Justice Since the late 1990s, hundreds of border crossers from Mexico have died from hypothermia and dehydration in American deserts. Reverend Robin Hoover of activist group Humane Borders explains how his group has helped prevent more deaths by the strategic placement of water tanks. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
March 2002
Sara Rimensnyder
Porous Border How Mexican migrants change themselves -- and the U.S.... mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
December 2001
Michael W. Lynch
Migration Math When President George W. Bush met with Mexican President Vicente Fox and made noise about handing out some 3 million new green cards to illegal aliens, immigration supporters and opponents were quick to weigh in with studies... mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
Mother Jones
Jul/Aug 2001
Tim Weiner
The Roots of Rebellion The leader of an anti-logging movement in Mexico has become the center of an international controversy -- and a thorn in the side of President Vicente Fox... mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
CEO Traveler
Paulette Cooper
Mexico City: Marvelous and Misunderstood Travelers often view Mexico City as a launching pad from which to take off on their way to other parts of the country. But the city is more than just a hub for reaching Gaudalajara, Acapulco and Merida. It is also a hub for Mexico's arts, finance, history and politics... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
March 30, 2001
Andrew O'Hehir
"Amores Perros" This feverish blast of filmmaking is a brutal look at the violent heart of Mexico City -- and a breakthrough work of Mexican cinema... mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Mother Jones
February 2001
Robert Bryce
Toxic Trade Imbalance Is NAFTA turning the border into a 2,000-mile hazardous waste dump? mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
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