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Mexico

Likely top stories this week: Self-defense forces take over in Apatzingan, Michoacán; currency controls threaten Venezuelan newspapers; stadium construction workers may go on strike in Manaus; Obama's pending decision on the Keystone Pipeline; nine people are killed in Petén, Guatemala.

After taking a beating from China, Mexico's exports are beginning to compete.
North Americans now overwhelmingly support NAFTA, so why can't their governments move toward further integration?
The North American Free Trade Agreement created more jobs for Mexicans, but it was only a start.

Narcocorridos—songs that celebrate drug dealers as folk heroes—have been a part of Mexican culture for as long as the illicit activity has existed in the country.

Mexico's potential energy boom represents an important opportunity for Canada as Canadian companies will be looking to invest in oil, gas and power generation, depending on the attractiveness of the opportunity.

The Mexican government announced a temporary agreement on Monday that will incorporate vigilante groups in the state of Michoacán into national law enforcement.

Across Latin America, military-led anticrime strategies are losing ground to newer concepts such as community policing.
A former mayor chronicles the greening of Mexico's <i>Distrito Federal</i>.
The IDB tackles climate change at the municipal level.

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