During the Meeting of Experts on Access to Information and Accountability: Perspectives in a Global Context, which took place at the Woodrow Wilson International Center in Washington DC, argued that this right is intended to redefine the relationship of power at overall. (This article was originally written in Spanish.)
Andrew Selee comments on the U.S.-Mexico border for KPCC Radio.
Whole Nations Waiting: Trade sets records, but congestion threatens competitiveness.-Mexico Institute in the NewsOct 17, 2012
Chris Wilson, Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center, and Erik Lee write about the U.S.-Mexico trade partnership.
“It’s a very bizarre situation, so it will raise questions in some people’s minds about what really happened,” said Eric Olson, associate director of the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington.
U.S. Border Patrol Fires at Rock Throwers in Mexico, and Three Have Died-Mexico Institute in the NewsOct 17, 2012
The Mexico Institute's Christopher Wilson has been quoted in an article detailing how U.S. Border agents have repeatedly fired across the border at rock-throwing Mexicans in the last two years. Three people have died, including a teenager this week...
Mexican Military Seen as Best Option Against Cartels (The Texas Tribune)-Mexico Institute in the NewsOct 17, 2012
Eric Olson, a senior associate at the Mexico Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., said Peña Nieto has acknowledged that there is no “magic wand” solution, but that the president-elect continues to search for alternatives.
No Coverage at the Wires as Univision Exposes Wider Scope, Sickening Carnage of 'Fast and Furious' - Mexico Institute in the NewsOct 16, 2012
Andrew Selee of the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington alleges that everything seems to suggest that the Mexican government knew at an operative level about Fast and Furious.
Andrew Selee, Vice President for Programs at the Woodrow Wilson Center and Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute, comments on the U.S.-Mexico border.
"This type of collaborative effort to protect migrants and limit recruitment for organized crime is an important tool," said Christopher Wilson, an associate at the Mexico Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington.
Political stability in Mexico is improving, and poverty rates as a percentage of population are dropping, according to a study earlier this year by the Wilson Center in Washington.