The Martín Paredes Perspective Blog

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Yankee Imperialism is Still Alive

This week I shared with you how the genesis of NAFTA was an investment bank’s attempt to take control of the Mexican oil. Yesterday, we looked at the arrival of México’s only fleet of...

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The Mexican Tigers

The era of the supersonic fighters arrived in México in 1982 in the form of the new Defense Squadron 401 composed of a dozen Northrup F5 Tiger II’s: ten F5e single-seat and two F5f,...

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The Western Hemisphere Energy Workshops

Author’s note: This is part 3 of 3 The proponents of the common market scheme knew of México’s continued resistance to the common market plan. They softened up the approach towards México by moving...

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The Common Market

Author’s note: This is part 2 of 3 The North American Common Market, outlined by the report, envisioned a marketplace with the “free movement across of the borders of all commodities, particularly oil and...

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Good Neighbor Policy

Author’s note: This is part 1 of 3 The United States will go to war for oil rang the headlines across México and much of the world throughout the late 1970’s and early 1980’s....

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