I spoke with Nathaniel Parish Flannery about the upcoming Mexican elections for Forbes and tried out my “if you must compare AMLO to someone, he’s more Jimmy Carter than Hugo […]
My friend Carlos Bravo Regidor and I grew frustrated with the international coverage of the upcoming Mexican elections, in which the leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador looks like the likely […]
My review of Renata Keller’s very fine book has now appeared in the Journal of Latin American Studies 48, no. 4 (November 2016): 868-869. Renata Keller, Mexico’s Cold War: Cuba, […]
This review will appear in the Journal of Latin American Studies; at least until it does, I’m reasonably certain that I can host it here. Jorge García-Robles, At the End […]
Update 5/3/2016: this essay has been published in Spanish by Nexos. I’m honored to be making my debut in Dissent, a magazine I greatly admire. To my mind, Irving Howe navigated […]
An article I’ve written, “The Cold War Politics of Literature and the Centro Mexicano de Escritores,” was published in the Journal of Latin American Studies vol 48., no. 2 (May 2016). It is available at […]
Sunrise over El Paso and Juárez, our new home.