CIUDAD JUAREZ. From here, America looks very much like the innocent bystander, dressed in a nice Teflon suit. Nothing seems to rattle it…Read More
Author: Alfredo Corchado
More than 60 Mexican journalists have been murdered and dozens more have disappeared since 2000, more than 30 in the past four years.
Every journalist in Mexico—sometimes even I, an American journalist—wakes up to ask the following questions: How far should I go today…
Democracies are messy—none so more than those across Latin America. A common refrain used by academics and journalists alike to describe those democracies is usually “weak,” or “fledgling.” And yet, in spite of endemic poverty, weak economies, rising security concerns…Read More