Latin America

Why North America’s energy future depends on Mexico’s presidential campaign

Mexican presidential candidate Jose Antonio Meade greets supporters during a campaign rally, in Saltillo, Mexico June 27, 2018. REUTERS/Alberto Puente     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY          TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Mexican foreign policy and attitudes to American companies could change drastically depending on the outcome of the election. Image: REUTERS/Alberto Puente

Carlos Pascual
David G. Victor
Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
Rafael Fernandez de Castro Medina
Writer , Houston Chronicle
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