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Tim Padgett

Honduras Welcomes Zelaya Back: Time for Banana Republic Reform
Tim Padgett

So in the end, the coup crisis that rocked Honduras and the western hemisphere two years ago was apparently all just a big misunderstanding. Everybody just got a little constitutionally crazy, but they've ironed it out and former President Manuel Zelaya can come on home now.
Tuesday May 24th, 2011

Can Obama and Calderon Solve Mexico's Bloodshed — and the Bad Blood?
Tim Padgett

In the wake of last month's murder of a U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent, by narco-criminals on a Mexican highway, the façade of U.S.-Mexico drug-war camaraderie appears to be cracking.
Sunday May 22nd, 2011

Durango's Killing Fields: The Grave in the Garden
Tim Padgett

Mexican soldiers found a seventh mass grave in Durango, Mexico, this week, and its location was as unexpected as the six before it.
Saturday May 21st, 2011

Is Mexico Finally Confronting Its Monopolies?
Tim Padgett

The record $1 billion fine levied over the weekend against América Móvil – the mobile telephone giant controlled by the world's richest man, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim – hasn't generated the buzz you'd expect south of the border.
Thursday April 21st, 2011

Mexico's New Top Cop Pick: Can Its First Female Attorney General Rein In the Narcos?
Tim Padgett

It seems that more recently WikiLeaked cables may help explain why Mexican President Felipe Calderón has chosen Marisela Morales to be his new Attorney General – Mexico's first female top cop if she's approved by its Senate.
Monday April 4th, 2011

WikiLeak Pique: Mexico's Calderon Drives Out a U.S. Ambassador Over Leaked Cables
Tim Padgett

The WikiLeaks drug-war cables will be remembered as the overriding reason Calderón wanted Pascual out. And in the 20 months Calderón has left in office, that's not likely to enhance Mexico City's relationship with Washington.
Thursday March 24th, 2011

Rebuilding Chile: Harder Than Rescuing Miners?
Tim Padgett

President Obama will get a sense of Chile's triumphs and tensions when he visits the key South American ally March 21-22 during a tour that includes Brazil and El Salvador.
Saturday March 5th, 2011

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