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La Emigración, Problema Económico

Friday, August 1, 2008  |  El Universal

En un artículo de opinión para El Universal, Jorge Pinto analiza la problemática de la integración de inmigrantes mexicanos en Estados Unidos y sus efectos en las relaciones bilaterales entre México y Estados Unidos. Además, cita ejemplos de iniciativas de integración como la del Consejo de las Américas, la cuál estudia ejemplos de cómo ciertas compañías privadas trabajan para integrar a sus empleados hispanos. ... Read More

La Indiferencia Bipartidista del Sur

Friday, August 1, 2008  |  Christopher Sabatini  |  El Diario

En un artículo de opinión para El Diario, Christopher Sabatini explica por qué América Latina se mantiene en un nivel secundario en los radares de política exterior de los Estados Unidos en este año electoral. También analiza los puntos de vista de los presuntos candidatos presidenciales en torno al comercio regional, Cuba, y la reforma migratoria. ... Read More

Dealing without Doha

Friday, August 1, 2008

WTO trade talks froze in Geneva, where booming Brazil played a central role, further strengthening its position as global player and setting the stage for a battle over U.S. ethanol tariffs. As Doha flounders, countries such as Chile and Peru step up bilateral agreements to boost international trade ties.  ... Read More

Can Democracies Change the World?

Thursday, July 31, 2008  |  Eric Farnsworth  |  Poder

In a new article for Poder magazine, COA Vice President Eric Farnsworth examines proposals by U.S. presidential candidates to create a body of democratic nations, saying, "If carefully constructed, this may be an idea whose time has come." He recommends that past examples be taken into account to avoid the mistakes and build on the successes of predecessors. ... Read More

The Uncertain Fate of Pemex

Tuesday, July 29, 2008  |  Carin Zissis

After experts and officials complete more than two months of debate over how to best resolve Pemex's flagging production, Mexico's opposition party holds referendums on an energy reform package proposed by President Felipe Calderón. But neither the nonbinding referendum nor the long debate have determined Pemex's future structure. ... Read More

Capitol Hill Launch of U.S. Business and Hispanic Integration

Tuesday, July 29, 2008  |  Jason Marczak

   
At the July 24 launch of AS/COA’s white paper U.S. Business and Hispanic Integration, Senator Ken Salazar, Representative Michael Honda, and other congressional leaders joined high-ranking corporate representatives to speak on the importance of achieving greater integration of Hispanics within the United States. ... Read More