Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto tallies early victories, brings optimism -Mexico Institute in the NewsJan 24, 2013
“There’s a tide, a wave of optimism that this government can get issues through Congress,” said Duncan Wood said at a forum Jan. 9. This article also appeared on Macon.com and Sacbee.com.
Eric Olson remarked upon the impact that a trafficking law approved by the U.S. Congress could have on arms trafficking between the United States and Mexico.
This article is a summary of work from the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center.
In the past two decades, the Government of Mexico was unable to reform the institutions of the old regime, leading to weak and ineffective institutions in charge of complex challenges such as organized crime, a study of Migration Policy Institute and the Woodrow Wilson Center. This article also appeared on Seguridadenamerica.com.
Andrew Selee’s latest column for El Universal discusses Obama's legislative agenda and its possible relevance to Mexico.
The Mexico Institute's Duncan Wood discusses the current debate on President Peña Nieto’s proposed reforms.
Duncan Wood comments on the Mexico-US relationship on “Morning Edition.”
“Mexico’s previous administration prodded the U.S. to take stronger action on gun control for years, and Mexico’s new ambassador has continued that pressure,” Christopher Wilson. • This article also appeared on Chrisroubis.com.
The Mexico Institute's Steven Dudley and Christopher Wilson discuss mexican prison population issues
"It’s particularly difficult when you get outside of major metropolitan areas to get an outstanding education that would take you to a top college and maybe to an international graduate program,” says Andrew Selee on the radio broadcast.