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June, 2020

  • 15 June

    The Mexico-USA relationship

    Column: Binational Perspective For more than 40 years I’ve been managing business between the US and Mexico, the conditions have never been in place with so much potential to take the border region from Matamoros-Brownsville to San Diego-Tijuana, few of us consider this scenario to be very positive during the …

  • 8 June

    NOTHING TO CELEBRATE AND MUCH TO DEMAND

    By: Teodoro Renteria Arróyave On the eve, we remember the “Press Freedom Day”, which for journalists in the world in general and in Mexico in particular, has ceased from decades to be a day of celebration to become only a painful commemoration, therefore again, it is reiterated that for the …

May, 2020

  • 16 May

    THE OTHER PANDEMIC: FAKE NEWS

    By: Dr. Elton Gomez, Regenerative Medicine Specialist Inaccurate reports, half-truths, outright lies, and jokes were taken out of context circulate in various media, but especially on social media, in addition to fake images, cloned or designed to generate traffic in websites, trick images, anonymous audios, and disinformative videos. “Fake news” …

April, 2020

  • 2 April

    Illicit arms trafficking on the border

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico In Mexico, there is a sense of injustice regarding the international discourse related to drugs and organized crime, particularly from certain sectors within the United States. Sometimes it seems that Mexico is the …

March, 2020

  • 30 March

    Knowledge will help us beat COVID-19

    By: Dr. Elton Gómez, regenerative medicine specialist The first coronavirus (COVID19) news we had, was on January 14, 2020, on a UN news site, there were reports of a new virus, which had not been identified in humans before, 20 days before that, in the middle of December 2019, 41 …

  • 26 March

    The United States Should Adopt Some of Mexico’s Electoral Laws

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter As we approached another Presidential election this fall, I came to the conclusion that this will be another two-party system contest and people will have to choose between the lesser of the two evils. Donald Trump will face former Vice-President Joe Biden in the general election …

December, 2019

  • 25 December

    The history of December 25th

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico I had the “luck” of being born on December 25. This meant that my birthday always coincided with Christmas. Fortunately, my mother always threatened my relatives that it was important for my personal …

October, 2019

  • 12 October

    Why globalism (and regionalism) will triumph over nationalism

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico In recent years a nationalist wave has hit every corner of the Earth. Different leaders in Europe, the Americas, and other places have won elections on a nationalistic, anti-foreigner platform. Claiming that it …

August, 2019

  • 7 August

    Civil Rights and Gun Reform Groups Hosted Rally to Denounce Hate and Demand Action

    Voto Latino, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, LCLAA and MoveOn Join Social and Labor Justice Organizations to Lead Protest WASHINGTON – Voto Latino, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, MoveOn, the Service Employees International Union, Labor Council For Latin American Advancement, and American Federation of …

July, 2019

  • 11 July

    The Art of Being Bilingual

    By: Ellie Burgueño Being bilingual is much more than just speaking two languages ​​fluently. Being bilingual is understanding two cultures, two countries, two communities and being involved in the process. Being bilingual is an art. In this border region, divided by a fence and a “wall”, most people certainly understand …

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