Tag: AMLO

Receiving Refugees and Repressing Migrants: The Rhetoric and Reality of AMLO’s “Humanitarian” Policies

Mexico has recently received hundreds of Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban. While AMLO’s administration tries to paint a humanitarian face, it doesn’t apply the same treatment to migrants stranded within the country. A migrant caravan made up of thousands of Haitains was recently repressed by the Mexican government and AMLO continues to collaborate with U.S. border policy by militarizing the border using the Mexican National Guard.

Socialists Should Not Support AMLO

This Sunday, midterm elections are taking place in Mexico. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, better known as AMLO, has been governing the country for three years. Despite his progressive image, he was a close ally of Trump. Certain socialists are nonetheless supporting AMLO.

Immigration, Energy, and Security: The Mexico-U.S. Agenda

If Latin America is the backyard of the United States, then Mexico is its gateway. Donald Trump’s administration made this clearer than ever, strengthening Mexico’s ties of subordination and dependence on its neighbor to the north. The first few months of the Biden administration prove that not much has changed.

Side-by-side image of Mexican president AMLO and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris

AMLO and Kamala Harris Stand Together Against Migrants

Mexican President López Obrador and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris have agreed to “cooperate” on migration. These plans represent continuity with Trump-era border and immigration policy.

Receiving Refugees and Repressing Migrants: The Rhetoric and Reality of AMLO’s “Humanitarian” Policies

Mexico has recently received hundreds of Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban. While AMLO’s administration tries to paint a humanitarian face, it doesn’t apply the same treatment to migrants stranded within the country. A migrant caravan made up of thousands of Haitains was recently repressed by the Mexican government and AMLO continues to collaborate with U.S. border policy by militarizing the border using the Mexican National Guard.

Socialists Should Not Support AMLO

This Sunday, midterm elections are taking place in Mexico. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, better known as AMLO, has been governing the country for three years. Despite his progressive image, he was a close ally of Trump. Certain socialists are nonetheless supporting AMLO.

Immigration, Energy, and Security: The Mexico-U.S. Agenda

If Latin America is the backyard of the United States, then Mexico is its gateway. Donald Trump’s administration made this clearer than ever, strengthening Mexico’s ties of subordination and dependence on its neighbor to the north. The first few months of the Biden administration prove that not much has changed.

Side-by-side image of Mexican president AMLO and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris

AMLO and Kamala Harris Stand Together Against Migrants

Mexican President López Obrador and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris have agreed to “cooperate” on migration. These plans represent continuity with Trump-era border and immigration policy.