As Mexico’s countdown to Election Day continues, the fight between the candidates is getting stronger and tension is arising throughout the country. This week, Peña Nieto gained some more ground while Vázquez Mota lost several points and the gap between her and López Obrador got smaller.
At this moment, Peña Nieto is still leading the [...]Continue Reading →
Only two years have passed since Mexico hosted the United Nation’s 2010 edition of the Climate Change Conference, COP 16, in Cancun, where most of the delegates left the conference in a breezy mood, feeling like the world had at least taken a modest step forward. However, recent events make it seem like [...]Continue Reading →
On energy matters, international cooperation is of utter importance especially when it comes to the neighboring countries of the North American continent. Energy cooperation throughout the world and in North America for that matter has the potential to reduce the cost of business and enhance economic competitiveness. This is true in the case of both [...]Continue Reading →
Elections in Mexico always call for an interesting time, to say the least. This year, the road leading up to the 2012 presidential elections has been quite bumpy and although there are diverse opinions scattered throughout the country regarding which candidate will become President Calderón’s successor, one thing is certain, Mexicans can expect a handful [...]Continue Reading →