Mexico

On International Migrants Day, Reimagining Migration Beyond Imperialism, Militarism, and Racism

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Dec 18th, 2021

Mexico v. Smith & Wesson: U.S. Court Duel Over Extraterritorial Legal Issues Looms with Motion to Dismiss

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Dec 14th, 2021

Neither Truth Nor Reconciliation: Mexico’s President Betrays Commitment to Transitional Justice

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Dec 7th, 2021

US Brutality Against Haitian Migrants Highlights US-Mexico Collusion and Repositioning in Latin America

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Oct 7th, 2021

Mexico v. Smith & Wesson: Does US Immunity for Gun Manufacturers Apply Extraterritorially?

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Aug 19th, 2021

Mexico’s Invisible Human Rights Crisis Intensifies

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Jul 12th, 2021

Self-Defense Against Non-State Actors: All Over the Map

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Mar 24th, 2021

Father-Son Separation at US Border Illustrates Lasting Harm That Demands Redress

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Jan 6th, 2021

The Definition of Aggression and Self-Defense

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Dec 14th, 2020

Mexico’s Priorities as an Elected Member to the Security Council for 2021-2022

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Jul 7th, 2020

COVID-19 en México: ¿Está en Riesgo la Democracia

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Jun 22nd, 2020

COVID-19 in Mexico: Democracy is Not at Risk?

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Jun 22nd, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (April 18-24)

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Apr 24th, 2020

The Time has Come to Have a Conversation at the U.N. on Self-Defence

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Apr 13th, 2020

Latin America: Local, Not Central, is Key to Reducing Crime and Violence

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Mar 27th, 2020

Mexico’s Amnesty Proposal: An Instrument of Transitional Justice?

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Mar 4th, 2020

The “Virtual Wall”: Mexico, Part 1

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Feb 4th, 2020

“Clearly of Latin American Origin”: Armed Attack by Non-State Actors and the UN Charter

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Nov 5th, 2019

Keeping Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism in Focus at the UN

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Oct 30th, 2019

“Safe Third Country” Agreements with Mexico and Guatemala would be Unlawful

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Jul 15th, 2019

An Insider’s View of the Life-Cycle of Self-Defense Reports by U.N. Member States

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Apr 2nd, 2019

Getting Over the Wall

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Dec 24th, 2018