Category Archives: Mexico

Mexico’s Milton Friedman

United States media does a very poor job of measuring up to even nominal standards of international reportage, case in point in this weeks state visit by the Indian prime minister Modi, clearly an emerging advantage for U.S. policy given … Continue reading

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Joaquin El Chapo Guzman: Symbolic Victory

The capture of Mexico’s greatest drug kingpin since the 1993 killing of Colombian capo Pablo Escobar will only remain symbolic IF Mexican monetary authorities fail in their monetarist revolution. Let me explain. The Mexican Central Bank has decided to employ … Continue reading

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El Narco: Mexico’s Criminal Insurgency

Last summer we heard how Mexico was already a failed State.  All the data not withstanding, Mexico was fighting an insurgency, fueled by the twin enormities of a dominant illicit drug trade and inept political institutions. But we miss something … Continue reading

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