Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Despite Setbacks and Elite Opposition, AMLO Remains Popular in Mexico
Understanding AMLO's popularity—he is by some measures the most domestically popular leader in the world—requires leaving the elite precincts of Mexico City, ignoring the statements of wealthy opponents, and visiting the impoverished regions of southern Mexico.
The Contradictions of AMLO and Mexico
by Humberto Beck and Patrick Iber
Mexico's first left-wing president in the era of competitive elections has followed through on populist promises to reduce inequality, but has increasingly personalized authority and equated loyalty to his regime with public service.
What Does President Biden Need To Understand About Mexico?
Historian Patrick Iber discusses the current politics of Mexico and the historical nature of the country's relationship with its northern neighbor.
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