by Humberto Beck, Carlos Bravo Regidor and Patrick Iber
"AMLO continues to decry the faults of neoliberalism, but his government is, for the most part, failing to build an effective alternative to it."
SOURCE: University of California Press
by Christy Thornton
Johns Hopkins Latin Americanist Christy Thornton describes her book "Revolution In Development" and its contribution to understanding how Mexican officials fought against dismissive treatment from the world's leading economic powers as they sought a voice in shaping the international economic order.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Jayson Maurice Porter
The marginalization of Afro-Mexican history in the state of Guerrero is product of a history of government-sanctioned development that harmed marginalized communities; ignorance of that history prevents considering policy solutions that could advance environmental justice in areas harmed by tourism development and deforestation.
The Mexican government demanded a program of economic reparations to the developing world, but the system of international aid and trade that emerged worsened exploitation.
by Erik Moshe
He hopes historians claim a stronger voice in the public sphere to talk about the present under the light of the past.
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