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Better Jobs for a More Competitive Region - A Presentation by Earl Anthony Wayne to CSG West

Unmasked: López Obrador & The End of Make-Believe

One year after Mexico's historic 2018 election and the victory of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Mexico Institute is honored to publish Luis Rubio's latest book on politics and governance in Mexico, Unmasked: López Obrador & the End of Make-Believe. Following on from A Mexican Utopia,

A Cost-Benefit Analysis for Russia of the Donbas Economic Blockade

BY BRIAN MILAKOVSKY

Infographic | The Northwest Passage: Internal Waterway or International Strait?

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Book Launch | Unmasked: López Obrador & the End of Make-Believe

The Wilson Center's Mexico Institute is pleased to invite you to the book launch for Unmasked: López Obrador and the End of Make-Believe, by Luis Rubio, Global Fellow & Advisory Board Member of the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute and President of Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales (COMEXI).

Prospects for the Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline Under the Trump Administration

Photo: Kashagan oil field in Kazakhstan. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

BY RAHIM RAHIMOV

Behind Asia’s Other Trade War

While the trade war between Washington and Beijing has garnered significant attention, another trade war between two of the world’s largest and most advanced economies is heating up. Japan and South Korea are the world’s third- and twelfth-largest economies, respectively, representing an annual GDP of greater than $6.5 trillion. Yet trade friction between Tokyo and Seoul has intensified as a political standoff, rooted in history and inflamed by domestic politics on both sides, has begun to impact the economies of two critical American allies and global supply chains.

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