Justice in Mexico

Justice in Mexico Hosts Webinar on Violence Against Journalists in Mexico

02/15/22 (written by rramos) – On February 4, 2022, Justice in Mexico, in collaboration with the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the University of California, San Diego, hosted a webinar …

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INE denies México Libre’s application to form political party

09/15/20 (written by kheinle) — Mexico’s National Electoral Institute (Instituto Nacional Electoral, INE) made waves in early September when it denied the formation of a new political party. Former Mexican …

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New Working Paper: Immigration and National Security: An Empirical Assessment of Central American Immigration and Violent Crime in the United States

  January 25, 2019- In his first primetime Oval Office address, President Donald Trump called on Congress to address what he called a “growing humanitarian and security crisis” at the …

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Panel analyzes the 2018 Mexican Election

10/03/2018 (written by Rita Kuckertz) – On Thursday, September 20, 2018  Justice in Mexico, in collaboration with the University of San Diego’s Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR) program, …

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Violence Against The Press in Mexico

8/20/2018 (written by Quinn Skerlos)-  Earlier this summer, on May 29th, the body of Hector Gonzalez Antonio was found on a dirt road in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.  According to authorities, …

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