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The Smokey, Slippery Highways of 2017

Editor’s Note: In today’s piece, my last article for Frontera NorteSur, I update a few of the stories FNS has covered to one degree or another over the years and the trends swirling around them that are likely to continue into 2017 and beyond. Again, readers can see stories from this one and previous years…
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Mexican Musings, Caribbean Winds and Border Destinies

As 2016 approaches a tumultuous end, possible changes in the U.S.-Mexico relationship are cooking. The election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. president, the apparent shelving of the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership fervently supported by the Obama and Pena Nieto administrations and statements from north of the border of cancelling or renegotiating the North…
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A New Human Rights Movement Stirs from Below

One of the unforeseen results of the 2016 U.S. election could be the emergence of a broad new coalition committed to anti-racism, immigrant rights and the tolerance of all faiths, creeds and liberties. In other words, a unified force dedicated to the principles enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the…
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Anniversary of the 1910 Mexican Revolution

From the Editor The Editor Bids Farewell to Frontera NorteSur Well, the time has come to say my goodbye to Frontera NorteSur. Alas, the anvil of austerity is burning red hot and the ink is dripping off the pink slip. Everything aside, it’s been a remarkable journey in the editor’s seat during the past eleven…
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