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By Arturo Franco, Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center “Mexico is a source of problems for the United States.” That’s the opinion of more than half of all Americans – and two out of every three Republicans – according to a recent opinion survey from Vianovo, which measures attitudes toward Mexico. In other words, we are a bad neighbor. In general terms, Mexico’s reputation in the U.S. is similar to that of countries like Cuba and Colombia, with an unfavorable opinion of 40-45 percent of those surveyed. This should not necessarily surprise us, considering […]
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