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Scott Egan, assistant professor of biosciences at Rice University and a Rice faculty scholar at the Mexico Center, discusses the impact a continuous border wall can have on the natural populations of plants and animals that exists in the U.S.-Mexico border regions. For updated information and analysis on Mexico's July 1 election and the results ...…
 
Paul Lagunes, the 2018 Board of Advisors Visiting Fellow, and an assistant professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, talks about the role of transparency in fighting corruption, what steps are needed beyond ensuring better access to public information, and Mexico’s corruption problem in a broader, Latin Amer ...…
 
Miriam Grunstein, nonresident scholar at the Baker Institute Mexico Center and chief energy counsel at Brilliant Energy Consulting, discusses the energy reform in light of López Obrador’s victory in Mexico's recent elections and his coming administration. For updated information and analyses on Mexico's July 1 election and the results at the fe ...…
 
Tony Payan, the Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and director of the Mexico Center at the Baker Institute, analyzes the results from the July 1st election and the victory of leftist candidate Andres Manuel López Obrador. Enrique Quezada, Mexico Centered podcast host, speaks to Mexican voters in Mexico City on July 1 to h ...…
 
Clara Luz Álvarez, nonresident scholar at the Mexico Center and professor at the Universidad Panamericana, discusses the telecommunications reform of 2013 in the context of the current presidential election and the NAFTA renegotiations. She previously served as the rapporteur for the International Telecommunications Union’s study group of infor ...…
 
Erika de la Garza, program director of the Latin America Initiative at the Baker Institute, analyses the migration policy proposals that the presidential candidates put forth during the second presidential debate which took place on May 20. We also discuss the different approaches to migration policy in the Obama and Trump administrations. For ...…
 
David A. Gantz, Mexico Center nonresident fellow and Samuel M. Fegtly Professor of Law at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, discusses the progress and challenges in the NAFTA renegotiations given the current political landscape in both the United States and Mexico. Plus we discuss a recent paper where David Gantz exami ...…
 
Rodrigo Montes de Oca, research scholar at the Mexico Center, talks about the electoral institutions in Mexico and the implications of the electoral court’s decision to include Jaime Rodriguez on the presidential ballot for public distrust. For more information on the upcoming elections in Mexico, visit the Mexico Center's Election Resource pag ...…
 
In February, the Cártel de Jalisco Nueva Generación published a video where they showed two intelligence officers from Mexico’s Attorney General’s office kneeling, with armed men behind them. The officers were later found dead. This week, new broke that members of this cartel had kidnapped three students, tortured them, and dissolved their bodi ...…
 
Isidro Morales, a nonresident scholar at the Mexico Center and senior professor and researcher at the School of Government and Public Transformation at Tec. de Monterrey, Santa Fe campus, sat down to discuss the current state of the continental integration of energy markets in North America, the possible role of the region globally, and the con ...…
 
Before the official campaign period begins on Friday, March 30, we discuss what happened in this in-between period after the pre-campaigns ended back in February. Tony Payan, Mexico Center director, discusses the strategies on which the candidates and coalitions are betting their electoral success. For more information on the upcoming elections ...…
 
Back from Rice University's spring break, we talk with Gil Kerlikowske, a nonresident fellow at the Mexico Center specializing in border issues and former commissioner of Customs and Border Protection during the latter part of the Obama administration, about the joint efforts of the U.S. and Mexican governments to solve the issues at the border ...…
 
As Mexico heads into a major election, the energy reform continues to be at the center of the conversation. A couple of weeks ago, the Mexico Center hosted a panel discussion on the political uncertainty surrounding the energy reform. After the event, I had the opportunity to sit down with Jesús Reyes-Heroles, the featured speaker and a nonresi ...…
 
Episode 24: Ollie & Dorian of Broadside by Julia Quezada
 
The issue of immigration has remained a salient topic in U.S.-Mexico relations for over 20 years. In addition to the traditional migration issues, President Trump has expressed his discontent with the current state of legal migration, which includes high-skilled workers. Elizabeth Salamanca, Mexico Center nonresident scholar and professor at th ...…
 
We're back with another episode! I sat down with Ryan Scott Graham of Speak Low If You Speak Love and also the bass player for State Champs. We sat down at The Tin Roof with a Natty Boh in hand because...duh were in Baltimore! We talked about his birthday, his new album Nearsighted, and going from Bass player to front man.Nearsighted was releas ...…
 
WE'RE BACK!!! Welcome back listeners! I called up Jim Hocking's of For The Fallen Dreams and talked all about there new album coming out called "Six", going dead silent on social media and going four years without releasing new music.Preorder: http://forthefallendreams.merchnow.com/'Stone' Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7dDTEYkdv ...…
 
Episode21: Kyle Erich of In Hearts Wake by Julia Quezada
 
Episode20:Past and Future Tours Pt. Feat Hansel Romero by Julia Quezada
 
Juan Antonio Le Clercq, a nonresident scholar at the Mexico Center and co-author of the “2017 Global Impunity Index” discusses impunity in Mexico and what the Mexican voter can expect from the campaigns in terms of solutions to this problem. Juan Antonio Le Clercq, Ph.D., is also a professor at the University of the Americas Puebla (UDLAP) in M ...…
 
In August 2017, 67% of Mexico’s natural gas supply came from the United States. In addition, in the energy sector in 2016, US exports to Mexico amounted to $20.2 billion versus the $8.7 billion in imports. Mexico Center postdoctoral fellow in energy studies Adrian Duhalt discusses the U.S.-Mexico energy trade and what the next president can do ...…
 
The Mexican economy continues to underperform and the country faces serious issues of public security and corruption. Moreover, the existing structure of power and system of privileges gives politicians incentives to favor the status quo, adding another layer to Mexico’s problems. In this episode Luis Rubio describes this power structure and di ...…
 
On our first episode of 2018, we talk with Tony Payan, director of the Baker Institute Mexico Center and recap what happened over the winter break in Mexico. The candidate list for the presidential race appears to be set and more than primaries, the pre-campaigns look a lot like regular campaigns. We also discuss his latest publication which an ...…
 
On the last episode of 2017, we speak with Gary Hale, the nonresident fellow in drug policy and Mexico studies at the Baker Institute, about organized crime, extortions, and corruption. What can the next president of Mexico do to combat the rising levels of violence? The Mexico Centered podcast will be back on January 11, 2018. Happy holidays! ...…
 
Jesús Velasco, a nonresident scholar at the Mexico Center and the Joe and Teresa Long Endowed Chair in Social Sciences at Tarleton State University, talks about the evolution of the Mexican people’s and the Mexican government’s opinion of its northern neighbor. The Mexico Centered podcast is part of the Mexico Center's Mexico Election Resource ...…
 
Back from the Thanksgiving break, Francisco J. Monaldi discusses the future of the energy reform in Mexico in the context of the upcoming 2018 presidential election. Monaldi is the fellow in Latin American energy policy at the Center for Energy Studies, Mexico Center and the Latin America Initiative at the Baker Institute. The Mexico Centered p ...…
 
This week, Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, nonresident scholar at the Mexico Center and associate professor in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, talks about the role of independent candidates with a particular focus on Marichuy, an indigenous woman and a member of the Zapatistas. The Mexico Centered podcast is part ...…
 
Carlos Angulo Parra, former representative for the state of Chihuahua, and John Ackerman, professor at the Institute for Legal Research at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), discuss the context of the 2018 presidential election and the potential outcomes. The Mexico Centered podcast is part of the Mexico Center's Mexico Electi ...…
 
Luz María de la Mora, managing director and founder of LMM Consulting; and Gerardo Esquivel, professor and researcher at the Center on Economic Studies of El Colegio de México, discuss the expectations of the electorate, parties, coalitions, and potential candidates for the 2018 presidential election. The Mexico Centered podcast is part of the ...…
 
Mexico Center director Tony Payan discusses the significance of Mexico's current election cycle. The Mexico Centered podcast is part of the Mexico Center's Mexico Election Resource Center, which is available at https://www.bakerinstitute.org/mexico-2018-election-resource-center/ The Resource Center seeks to provide information on Mexico’s 2018 ...…
 
Episode19: The Black Dahlia Murder by Julia Quezada
 
Episode18: Cant Swim by Julia Quezada
 
Episode17: Lets talk Past and future tours (Ft.Hansel Romero) Pt.1 by Julia Quezada
 
sat down and got pretty violent with my friend Trent as we tore apart the album, Graveyard shift by Motionless in white on labor day, while a puppy became the VIP, and had a guest parents also by new bestie London. lots of drinking and serious tear apart.
 
Today my Friend, Neil Anglen of the Gits n' Shiggles podcast as we talk about Rise Against album, The Black Market!
 
Sat down with Rory to Talk about Dayseekers new album, Facebook hack and more.
 
Warped edition! with ANTI FLAG & VALIENT THORR.
 
Called my friend, Brendon Potter who also has a podcast called "Gits n' Shiggles" and we talked Pierce the veil Misadventures!
 
spoke with lead singer of the band Kublai Khan. Kublai Khan is From Texas and a Metalcore band you DO NOT WANT TO SLEEP ON! definitely check them out!
 
Right now...LETS GET THIS PARTY STARTED!! sat down with my friend Adrian of Assuming We Survive and it is such a positive episode. I had a blast talking with him! Songs: Bitter No Fairy Tale Im Yours Check them out on the "you can't kill us tour" with Icon for Hire!
 
Quick Episode on Concert do's & Donts! Don't forget about our warped tour contest! ENDS NEXT WEEK ON FRIDAY!! songs used: Sum41- Still Waiting (Live 2016) My Chemical Romance - Ghost Of You (Live in Mexico City 06 or 07) Underoath- Reinventing your Exit (Underoath Farewell show) Blink-182: Bored to Death (Acoustic Live off album) Beartooth- Sic ...…
 
I sat down with lead singer of Cover your tracks and we talked tour, being from different bands and...the death trap? check out the new video for "Striking Matches"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ5tMfxSNow
 
The Music Duo your parents will love. Check out my conversation with Chapel! We talk breakfast, Tyler Carter and Random Facts about each other!
 
I sat down with Brian and Aaron of Gemini Syndrome and it was great! we talk about there music, red states, and about crazy rumors. Gemini will be on tour with Motionless in white, In This Moment and Avatar ! go check them out! Fbk/instagram/twitter: Gemini Syndrome
 
I had the opportunity to sit and talk to the boys of Islander on valentines day. We talked about current and pass tours,music, Arin's Experience with Avenged Sevenfold, Running into them on the highway and.. Pirates? Super chill and fun conversation if you haven't checked them out please do and tell them i sent you! Songs used in podcast: Bad G ...…
 
Listen to my guest and friend, Mike Miller and I discuss and tear apart Silverstein's third album: Arrivals And Departures. Twitter: @podcastbti Insta: Breaktheicepodcast Facebook: Break the Ice Email: breaktheicepodcast2016@gmail.com
 
ongs used: Emarosa-Helpless Emarosa- One Car Garage The Word Alive- Trapped The Word Alive- Overdose Issues- Coma Stitched Up Heart- Monster From ashes To New- Lost And Alone Assuming We Survive- Love Is Torture Silverstein- Ghost Motionless In White- 570 Sylar- Assume Volumes- Feels Good Beartooth- Aggressive **ALL SONGS ON ITUNES!** note: Ass ...…
 
songs on podcast: silverstein- Ghostsilverstein- In The DarkRiver Oaks- Mistakes
 
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