May 21, 2014

Can America Trust Mexico's President?

John Ackerman, Los Angeles Times

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Pena Nieto will be eager to shake hands and take photographs with Kerry this week, but it would be a mistake for the U.S. to trust a man whose only interest appears to be his personal wealth and power. The real hope in Mexico will not come from the commanding heights of Mexico's government or oligarchs but from the actions of common people defending their rights.

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