Andres Rozental

veteran career diplomat in Mexico

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Veteran career diplomat in Mexico, he served Deputy Foreign Minister of Mexico and former Mexican Ambassador to the United Kingdom (1995-1997); nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution; former Chairman of the Mexican Council for International Affairs

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Tomorrow, Mexico will inaugurate its newly elected president without either much fanfare or political protest.

Mexico's New President, a Shaky Economy and the Ongoing Drug War

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When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

Mexico's Presidential Election and the War on Drugs

When Felipe Calderón was elected President six years ago, he declared a military offensive against Mexico's murderous drug cartels. Since then, 50,000 people have died.

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After the first Western Hemisphere summit since 2009, President Obama and Colombia's president Juan Manuel Santos reached agreement on labor rights and a free-trade agreement.

Summit of the Americas Highlights US Isolation

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